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Are you one of 808,000 households due a share of £141 million in overpaid council tax? Here's what you need to know

If you moved home and started paying council tax to a different local authority, you could be one of 808,000 households in England, Scotland and Wales who are owed a share of over £141 million in overpaid council tax, an investigation by MoneySavingExpert.com (MSE) has found.

Why you may have overpaid your council tax

There are a number of reasons why households may be owed cash from their council, but the most common one is where you've moved out of an area after already paying some or all of your council tax in advance.

Crucially, this can happen even if you didn't pay the whole bill in one go. That's because council tax is charged annually – from April to April – but it often tends to be paid in 10 instalments from April to January.

This set-up means you end up paying some of your council tax in advance. For example, once you pay your tenth and final instalment in January, you've already paid for the last two months – February and March – in advance. So if you move out in mid-February, you've overpaid by a month and a half.

There are various other reasons why you may have overpaid your council tax, such as:

  • You had a retrospective discount applied. For example, if you move out and the next resident successfully applies to get the property band lowered, this means that you previously overpaid and are owed a refund.
  • You forgot to cancel a payment, meaning that you kept paying when you no longer lived in the property.

For more details, see our Council tax overpayments guide.

MoneySavingExpert.com top tip

Paying your council tax by direct debit is an easy way to reduce the likelihood of overpaying your council tax.

That's because your local authority can use your bank details to refund any overpayments automatically after you move – though it's still worth checking if you're due a refund, just in case.

Think you're due a refund? Contact your council

The best way to check if you're due cash – and to reclaim it if you are – will depend on your council. There are two options:

Option 1. Check if your old council has an online claims form. This is often the quickest and easiest way to reclaim. A quick google search of "[council name] council tax refund form" should take you to an online claims form, or at least a page explaning your old council's process for reclaims. 

You may need your old council tax reference number, which you'll find on a previous bill - and some of the forms we've seen are long. If either of these is a problem, try the option below, but the big advantage of claiming online is that if you discover that you ARE owed, you don't need to do anything more to reclaim.

Option 2. Call or email your council. If there's no online form, you don't have enough details or the form's off-puttingly long, you can try calling, emailing or live chatting with your council instead. (You can check contact details on Gov.uk.)

While this may seem the more straightforward option, it's worth noting if you do find you're owed cash, you'll likely then have to fill in a form to reclaim it (or at least give further details).

Important. However, we only suggest doing this if you think you're likely to be owed cash, to avoid overloading councils' switchboards at a time where many are still seeking essential support with the higher cost of living.

Other ways to save on council tax bills

Make sure you're not missing out on support to help pay your council tax bills: 

  • Check if you're eligible for a council tax discount. Many people qualify for discounts or reductions of between 25% and 100% off their council tax bill, potentially saving £100s – or even £1,000s – each year.

    This can include full-time students, people on low incomes and/or benefits, adults living alone (or only with under-18s), carers, people with disabilities and households that contain people with what's known as a 'severe mental impairment'.

    However, it's up to YOU to flag to your council whether you might be eligible for a discount. 

  • Check and challenge your council tax band if you think it's wrong. Many homes in England and Scotland are in the wrong council tax band, and have been since 1991. However, challenging your band is not something to do speculatively without checking, for one simple reason: you can't just ask for your band to be lowered – only for a reassessment, which means it could be moved up or down, so your bills could rise or fall

Around £141 million is owed in total to council tax payers across the UK

One council owes more than £9.5 million in overpayments

Council-by-council breakdown – check how much your authority owes

We submitted Freedom of Information requests (FOI) to all 349 councils responsible for council tax in England, Scotland and Wales starting in October 2023, and received the data by March 2024. (Northern Ireland does not charge council tax so was not included.)

When a resident is no longer paying council tax to a local authority, the authority closes their council tax account. Our FOIs asked councils how many closed council tax accounts were in credit, and how much money was held in these accounts. 

Most councils have provided the value of refunds owed at the end of the 2022/2023 financial year. However, some councils only held the information on a rolling basis – these have been marked as 'rolling' in the tables below.

A total of 18 councils either refused or simply failed to disclose the requested data – these are noted in the tables below.

England

  • East Midlands

    Council Value of refunds owed Number of accounts owed
    Amber Valley Borough Council £150,576.66 1,081
    Ashfield District Council (rolling) £93,702.47 816
    Bassetlaw District Council £231,292.44 1,134
    Blaby District Council £68,920.11 362
    Bolsover District Council £56,564.83 361
    Boston Borough Council £67,412.36 425
    Broxtowe Borough Council (rolling) £293,636.99 1,558
    Charnwood Borough Council £46,369.35 227
    Chesterfield Borough Council £108,138.60 586
    Derby City Council £141,700.33 961
    Derbyshire Dales District Council £64,175.99 269
    East Lindsey District Council £102,455.82 762
    Erewash Borough Council £104,599.89 567
    Gedling Borough Council £78,153.30 582
    Harborough District Council (rolling) £425,052.55 2,340
    High Peak Borough Council (rolling) £1,017,184.73 6,387
    Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council (rolling) £440,307.44 3,166
    Leicester City Council £658,649  3,283
    Lincoln Council, City of £260,191.68 1,887
    Mansfield District Council £134,350.70 756
    Melton Borough Council £105,547 379
    Newark and Sherwood District Council (rolling) £141,443.63 964
    North East Derbyshire District Council £45,459 272
    North Kesteven District Council (rolling) £157,736.70 1072
    North Northamptonshire Council (1) £414,111.78 2,367
    North West Leicestershire District Council (rolling) £540,775.64 3,756
    Nottingham City Council £109,922.61 494
    Oadby and Wigston Borough Council £48,086.95 374
    Rushcliffe Borough Council £150,041.94 722
    Rutland County Council Refused to share the requested data
    South Derbyshire District Council £136,898.75 636
    South Holland District Council £40,546.59 339
    South Kesteven District Council £115,257.60 593
    West Lindsey District Council £154,029.42 660
    West Northamptonshire Council (2) £840,103.96 3,618

    (1) North Northamptonshire Council was created in 2021. It replaced Corby Borough Council, East Northamptonshire Council, Kettering Borough Council and Wellingborough Borough Council, which were abolished. (2) West Northamptonshire Council was created in 2021, replacing the now-abolished Daventry District Council, Northampton Borough Council and South Northamptonshire Council.

  • East of England

    Council Value of refunds owed Number of accounts owed
    Babergh District Council £53,606.28 267
    Basildon Borough Council £7,403.54 40
    Bedford Borough Council £462,904.04 2,296
    Braintree District Council £40,479.19 168
    Breckland District Council £31,154.57 189
    Brentwood Borough Council £80,884.95 410
    Broadland District Council £9,142.53 160
    Broxbourne Council, Borough of £190,178 1,043
    Cambridge City Council £323,610 1,780
    Castle Point Borough Council £29,601.02 174
    Central Bedfordshire Council £161,728.28 879
    Chelmsford City Council £85,491.68 394
    Colchester City Council £231,139.95 1,512
    Dacorum Borough Council £117,208.54 523
    East Cambridgeshire District Council £40,910.61 154
    East Hertfordshire District Council (1) £633,983.25 3,354
    East Suffolk Council £60,914.71 427
    Epping Forest District Council £84,071.88 470
    Fenland District Council £76,738.87 309
    Great Yarmouth Borough Council £103,756.00 1,137
    Harlow District Council  £99,523.43 657
    Hertsmere Borough Council £133,133.48 580
    Huntingdonshire District Council £51,145.41 318
    Ipswich Borough Council £153,022.20 852
    King's Lynn and West Norfolk Council, Borough of £64,982.32 256
    Luton Borough Council £579,986.43 2,842
    Maldon District Council £57,640.30 269
    Mid Suffolk District Council £83,854.42 343
    North Hertfordshire District Council £251,864.71 2,355
    North Norfolk District Council £17,625.85 154
    Norwich City Council £255,883.34 2,070
    Peterborough City Council £40,634.23 190
    Rochford District Council £12,238.38 86
    South Cambridgeshire District Council £313,493.15 1,167
    South Norfolk District Council £83,258.40 519
    Southend-on-Sea City Council £1,170,517.36 8,112
    St Albans City and District Council £421,649.05 1,639
    Stevenage Borough Council (1) £430,073.27 3,077
    Tendring District Council (rolling) £729,636.75 4,484
    Three Rivers District Council (rolling) £1,367,123.92 3,269
    Thurrock Council £120,725.68 736
    Uttlesford District Council £181,088.51 950
    Watford Borough Council (rolling) £959,133.23 4,571
    Welwyn Hatfield Council £208,833.73 987
    West Suffolk Council £216,649.74 802

    (1) East Hertfordshire District Council and Stevenage Borough Council were unable to specify which of their council tax accounts are closed, so the figures provided cover both open and closed accounts. As a result, they may not reflect the true value of overpayments and we haven't included them in the overall totals elsewhere in this story.

  • London

    Council Value of refunds owed Number of accounts owed
    City of London £181,804.72 1,079
    City of Westminster Failed to share the requested data
    London Borough of Barking and Dagenham £987,538.38 4,782
    London Borough of Barnet £1,839,886.01 6,874
    London Borough of Bexley £461,412.77 2,072
    London Borough of Brent £775,276.51 3,715
    London Borough of Bromley £1,792,955.20 7,372
    London Borough of Camden £1,389,330.10 5,809
    London Borough of Croydon £1,555,554.55 7,568
    London Borough of Ealing £674,591.14 3,115
    London Borough of Enfield £565,877.29 2,569
    London Borough of Hackney £1,347,746.99 5,310
    London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham £1,004,926.93 5,253
    London Borough of Haringey £1,334,633.06 6,172
    London Borough of Harrow (rolling) £1,813,062.12 5,358
    London Borough of Havering £429,526.09 2,449
    London Borough of Hillingdon £629,500.67 3,078
    London Borough of Hounslow £1,271,460 3,743
    London Borough of Islington £519,618.06 2,073
    London Borough of Lambeth £1,479,051.72 6,099
    London Borough of Lewisham £896,395.50 3,976
    London Borough of Merton £622,144.23 2,523
    London Borough of Newham (rolling) £9,539,750.37 79,845
    London Borough of Redbridge £939,126 4,705
    London Borough of Richmond upon Thames £2,195,127.10 2,249
    London Borough of Southwark (rolling) £1,789,413 4,447
    London Borough of Sutton £311,258.53 1,423
    London Borough of Tower Hamlets £2,122,256.20 9,541
    London Borough of Waltham Forest £1,099,566.86 3,148
    London Borough of Wandsworth £2,414,739 8,794
    Royal Borough of Greenwich £541,538.83 3,190
    Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea £1,628,172.39 4,881
    Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames £386,205.87
    1,622
  • North East

    Council Value of refunds owed Number of accounts owed
    Darlington Borough Council £222,334 1,162
    Durham County Council (rolling) £228,500.02 752
    Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council £138,418 885
    Hartlepool Borough Council £38,653.91 309
    Middlesbrough Borough Council £335,635.41 2,204
    Newcastle City Council £414,919 2,322
    North Tyneside Council £20,298.37 125
    Northumberland County Council £252,703.01 1,165
    Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council £219,838.87 1,556
    South Tyneside Council £602,246 5,523
    Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council £313,244 1,683
    Sunderland City Council £231,657.45 1,539
  • North West

    Council Value of refunds owed Number of accounts owed
    Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council £212,677.13 1,110
    Blackpool Borough Council £30,922.85 384
    Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council £361,910.52 1,706
    Burnley Borough Council £175,703.82 1,065
    Bury Metropolitan Borough Council £151,608.05 876
    Cheshire East Council £877,494.64 3,381
    Cheshire West and Chester Council £391,723.18 1,911
    Chorley Council £107,184.28 818
    Cumberland Council (1) £234,286.16 1,465
    Fylde Borough Council £23,111.84 70
    Halton Borough Council £94,585.94 686
    Hyndburn Borough Council £33,014.00 242
    Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council Refused to share the requested data
    Lancaster City Council £655,806.55 4,254
    Liverpool City Council Refused to share the requested data
    Manchester City Council £3,103,863.66 17,921
    Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council £262,839.80 1,766
    Pendle Borough Council £193,278.35 1,039
    Preston City Council £361,882.61 1,606
    Ribble Valley Borough Council £27,031.66 191
    Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council £259,353.83 1,654
    Rossendale Borough Council £91,924.47 496
    Salford City Council £972,678.53 5,520
    Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council £812,002.72 4,297
    South Ribble Borough Council £105,729.43 589
    St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council £152,165.27 1,041
    Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council £228,916.01 1,368
    Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council £375,925.84 2,133
    Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council £329,255.22 1,801
    Warrington Borough Council Refused to share the requested data
    West Lancashire Borough Council £242,210.71 782
    Westmorland and Furness Council (2) £342,758.47 1,888
    Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council (rolling) £2,957,396.05 21,577
    Wirral Council (rolling) (3) £1,722,827.47 26,475
    Wyre Council (rolling) £686,307.53 4,233

    (1) Cumberland Council was created in 2023. It replaced Allerdale Borough Council, Carlisle City Council and Copeland Borough Council, which were abolished. (2) Westmorland and Furness Council Council was created in 2023. It replaced Barrow-in-Furness Borough Council, Eden District Council and South Lakeland District Council, which were abolished. (3) Wirral Council was unable to specify which of its council tax accounts are closed, so the figures provided cover both open and closed accounts. As a result, they may not reflect the true value of overpayments and we haven't included them in the overall totals elsewhere in this story.

  • South East

    Council Value of refunds owed Number of accounts owed
    Adur and Worthing Borough Councils £541,982.93 2,327
    Arun District Council (rolling) £239,268.15 844
    Ashford Borough Council £197,247.94 813
    Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council £157,558.54 944
    Bracknell Forest Council £292,814.91 1,523
    Brighton and Hove City Council £582,786.54 3,322
    Buckinghamshire Council £798,808.62 2,944
    Canterbury City Council £367,736.10 1,875
    Cherwell District Council Refused to share the requested data
    Chichester District Council £271,997.92 959
    Crawley Borough Council £55,847.55 303
    Dartford Borough Council £92,392 629
    Dover District Council £156,029.28 731
    East Hampshire District Council £52,267.96 195
    Eastbourne Borough Council £291,694.72 1,179
    Eastleigh Borough Council £0 0
    Elmbridge Borough Council Failed to share the requested data
    Epsom and Ewell Borough Council Failed to share the requested data
    Fareham Borough Council £43,843.87 295
    Folkestone and Hythe District Council Failed to share the requested data
    Gosport Borough Council £65,591.89 384
    Gravesham Borough Council £178,731.48 973
    Guildford Borough Council (rolling) £323,769.96 1,095
    Hart District Council £41,250.97 217
    Hastings Borough Council £150,824 816
    Havant Borough Council £244,640.79 771
    Horsham District Council £474,295.93 1,876
    Isle of Wight Council £721,584.71 2,699
    Lewes District Council £291,694.72 1,179
    Maidstone Borough Council £342,383.35 615
    Medway Council £368,821.80 2,233
    Mid Sussex District Council £653,211.74 1,993
    Milton Keynes Council £190,140.25 994
    Mole Valley District Council £249,459.01 802
    New Forest District Council (rolling) £197,967 688
    Oxford City Council £886,890.59 3,462
    Portsmouth City Council £1,000,335.54 6,959
    Reading Borough Council £471,293.72 2,942
    Reigate & Banstead Borough Council £218,883.91 765
    Rother District Council (rolling) £361,265.47 1,570
    Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead £388,386.58 1,682
    Runnymede Borough Council £5,777.17 4
    Rushmoor Borough Council £464,003.21 3,172
    Sevenoaks District Council £103,008.00 500
    Slough Borough Council £355,075.20 1,803
    South Oxfordshire District Council £156,276.72 514
    Southampton City Council Refused to share the requested data
    Spelthorne Borough Council £307,273.08 1,245
    Surrey Heath Borough Council £83,060.34 293
    Swale Borough Council £66,498.97 443
    Tandridge District Council (rolling) Failed to share the requested data
    Test Valley Borough Council (rolling) £205,288.89 747
    Thanet District Council £194,280.96 1,152
    Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council £293,894.79 963
    Tunbridge Wells Borough Council £129,802.84 723
    Vale of White Horse District Council £111,919.44 488
    Waverley Borough Council £157,452.49 566
    Wealden District Council £406,922.08 1,232
    West Berkshire Council (rolling) £363,073 1,335
    West Oxfordshire District Council £189,907.30 817
    Winchester City Council (rolling) £110,505.74 470
    Woking Borough Council £148,046.16 566
    Wokingham Borough Council (rolling) £2,776,941.58 13,654
  • South West

    Council Value of refunds owed Number of accounts owed
    Bath and North East Somerset Council £428,078.78 2,103
    Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council £516,747.35 3,302
    Bristol City Council £291,560.01 1,831
    Cheltenham Borough Council £70,747.04 376
    Cornwall Council £535,856.47 2,671
    Cotswold District Council £189,163.48 725
    Dorset Council £499,617.30 2,302
    East Devon District Council £70,435.95 345
    Exeter City Council £133,486.59 786
    Forest of Dean District Council £63,458.70 446
    Gloucester City Council £637,813.50 3,108
    Isles of Scilly, Council of £150 1
    Mid Devon District Council Refused to share the requested data
    North Devon Council (rolling) (1) £182,543.33 1,044
    North Somerset Council £4,012,277.67 19,580
    Plymouth City Council £336,881.07 2,287
    Somerset Council (2) £1,731,409.34 9,059
    South Gloucestershire Council (rolling) £1,383,322.30 3,979
    South Hams District Council £161,214.61 635
    Stroud District Council Failed to share the requested data
    Swindon Borough Council (rolling) £806,721.75 4,108
    Teignbridge District Council (rolling) £268,763.63 1,146
    Tewkesbury Borough Council (rolling) £155,299 645
    Torbay Council (rolling) £1,559,927.20 7,550
    Torridge District Council £55,401.22 325
    West Devon Borough Council £97,884.22 421
    Wiltshire Council (rolling) £720,041.95 3,365

    (1) North Devon Council was unable to specify which of its council tax accounts are closed, so the figures provided cover both open and closed accounts. As a result, they may not reflect the true value of overpayments and we haven't included them in the overall totals elsewhere in this story. (2) Somerset Council was created in 2023. It replaced Mendip District Council, Sedgemoor District Council, Somerset West and Taunton Council and South Somerset District Council, which were abolished.

  • West Midlands

    Council Value of refunds owed Number of accounts owed
    Birmingham City Council Failed to share the requested data
    Bromsgrove District Council Failed to share the requested data
    Cannock Chase District Council £128,717.85 729
    Coventry City Council £392,380.07 2,148
    Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council £185,384.58 1,108
    East Staffordshire Borough Council (rolling) £527,966.14 4,977
    Herefordshire Council £114,352.91 477
    Lichfield District Council £112,660.25 549
    Malvern Hills District Council £115,285 537
    Newcastle-under-Lyme District Council £162,697 1,094
    North Warwickshire Borough Council £41,979.25 51
    Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council £51,295.51 277
    Redditch Borough Council Failed to share the requested data
    Rugby Borough Council £80,761.80 421
    Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council £330,131.49 1,624
    Shropshire Council £450,521.48 2,044
    Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council £253,156.73 1,145
    South Staffordshire Council £93,048.01 412
    Stafford Borough Council £98,000.36 568
    Staffordshire Moorlands District Council £114,624.65 798
    Stoke-on-Trent City Council £368,922.50 2,698
    Stratford-on-Avon District Council £19,219.03 73
    Tamworth Borough Council £101,127.67 603
    Telford and Wrekin Council Failed to share the requested data
    Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council (rolling) £265,903.49 1,536
    Warwick District Council (rolling) £231,458.26 1,114
    Wolverhampton Council, City of £456,965.67 2,355
    Worcester City Council £138,934 820
    Wychavon District Council £165,171 965
    Wyre Forest District Council £54,004.85 254
  • Yorkshire and the Humber

    Council Value of refunds owed Number of accounts owed
    Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council (rolling) £1,022,094.94 6,926
    Bradford Metropolitan District Council £427,891 2,544
    Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council £341,359.83 2,068
    Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council (rolling) £859,171.62 5,453
    East Riding of Yorkshire Council (rolling) £1,220,188.96 9,054
    Hull City Council £250,327.61 1,789
    Kirklees Council £530,071.71 3,409
    Leeds City Council Failed to share the requested data
    North East Lincolnshire Council £104,092.21 688
    North Lincolnshire Council (rolling) £234,068.95 1,535
    North Yorkshire Council (1) £506,504.40 3,337
    Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (rolling) £85,390.10 2,058
    Sheffield City Council £1,926,708.80 10,530
    Wakefield Metropolitan Borough Council £536,213.58 858
    York Council, City of £523,361.13 3,292

    (1) North Yorkshire Council was created in 2023. It replaced Craven District Council, Hambleton District Council, Harrogate Borough Council, Richmondshire District Council, Ryedale District Council, Scarborough Borough Council and Selby District Council, which were abolished.

Scotland

  • Scottish council overpayments

    Council Value of refunds owed Number of accounts owed
    Aberdeen City Council £148,781.33 738
    Aberdeenshire Council £132,095.16 789
    Angus Council (rolling) £415,177 2,965
    Argyll and Bute Council (rolling) £127,380.18 904
    City of Edinburgh Council £1,777,482.40 9,285
    Clackmannanshire Council £14,872 122
    Comhairle nan Eilean Siar £33,308.11 171
    Dumfries and Galloway Council (rolling) £166,706.19 1,148
    Dundee City Council £15,651.54 55
    East Ayrshire Council £0 0
    East Dunbartonshire Council £34,370.87 235
    East Lothian Council £115,704.28 666
    East Renfrewshire Council £15,960.91 77
    Falkirk Council £99,092.31 698
    Fife Council (rolling) £601,132.84 2,856
    Glasgow City Council £1,694,396.63 353
    Inverclyde Council £196,042.58 881
    Midlothian Council (rolling) £22,942.72 89
    North Ayrshire Council £165,807.44 1,178
    North Lanarkshire Council £560,367.16 3,954
    Orkney Islands Council £6,621.35 51
    Perth and Kinross Council £257,829.56 1,249
    Renfrewshire Council (rolling) £1,925,143 15,161
    Scottish Borders Council £15,696.31 113
    Shetland Islands Council £10,503.97 45
    South Ayrshire Council £14,767.50 104
    South Lanarkshire Council £266,856 1,699
    Stirling Council £37,688.84 362
    The Highland Council £118,887.20 679
    The Moray Council (rolling) £184,319.72 733
    West Dunbartonshire Council £57,522.17 421
    West Lothian Council (rolling) £110,659.73 569

Wales

  • Welsh council overpayments

    Council Value of refunds owed Number of accounts owed
    Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council £47,983.48 495
    Bridgend County Borough Council £232,927.53 1,382
    Caerphilly County Borough Council £117,744.41 770
    Cardiff Council, City of £401,303.22 2,420
    Carmarthenshire County Council (rolling) £1,530,284.19 18,706
    Ceredigion County Council £44,911.56 262
    Conwy County Borough Council £6,927.68 20
    Denbighshire County Council £225,934.55 897
    Flintshire County Council £97,742 509
    Gwynedd County Council £210,698 890
    Isle of Anglesey County Council (rolling) £545,936.80 4,201
    Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council (rolling) £171,517.99 1,840
    Monmouthshire County Council £62,366 341
    Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council (rolling) £17,399.12 80
    Newport City Council £150,384.13 1,141
    Pembrokeshire County Council (rolling) £696,717.20 7,346
    Powys County Council £145,026.56 719
    Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council £195,570.16 905
    Swansea City and Borough Council (rolling) £392,476.22 1,832
    Torfaen County Borough Council £41,501.27 274
    Vale of Glamorgan Council £123,614.99 609
    Wrexham County Borough Council £122,105 618

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