UTTOXETER taxpayers are again paying more council tax than most residents living in East Staffordshire, it has been revealed.
East Staffordshire Borough Council has outlined how much people across the area will be shelling out from April 1.
The most amount anyone will have to hand over is £3,988.19 in Kingstone for a Band H property worth more than £320,001.
This is closely following by £3,987.13 in Draycott and £3,066.71 for residents in the Uttoxeter town ward.
The three areas top the charts for the whole of East Staffordshire.
The lowest people will pay is £960.99 for a Band A property in Ramshorn, Okeover and Wychnor that is worth up to £40,000.
The priciest place to own a Band A property is in Uttoxeter town as council tax will come out at £1,022.23.
In terms of Band B properties - which are worth between £40,001 to £52,000 - the cheapest place in terms of council tax is again Ramshorn, Okeover and Wychnor at 1,121.16 and the dearest is Uttoxeter town at £1,192.60.
Uttoxeter town is also the dearest for people with Band C properties - £52,001 to £68,000 - at £1,362.98 and the cheapest is in Ramshorn, Okeover and Wychnor at £1,281.33.
In terms of Band D properties - which are worth between £68,001 to £88,000 - Ramshorn, Okeover and Wychnor are the lowest at £1,441.49 and Uttoxeter town is the highest at £1,533.35.
Band E properties - which are worth between £88,001 to £120,000 - in Uttoxeter town pay the dearest council tax at £1,874.11 and the cheapest is in the three villages again at £1,761.83.
In terms of Band F properties - which cost £120,001 to £160,000 - the highest council tax that will have to paid will be in Uttoxeter town at £2,214.85 and the lowest will be in the three villages again at £2,082.16.
Band G properties - costing £160,001 to £320,000 - in Uttoxeter town cost £2,555.59 and is the highest and Ramshorn, Okeover and Wychnor at £2,402.49 is the lowest.
A council spokesman said: “East Staffordshire Borough Council collects council tax on behalf of itself, Staffordshire County Council, Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service, Staffordshire office of the police and crime commissioner and the parish councils within East Staffordshire.
“Each year those organisations set their council tax charges for the new financial year. Charges can increase/stay the same/decrease, depending on the amount of council tax each organisation needs to fund the services it delivers.
“The council tax charge for the borough council, county council, fire and rescue service and the police and crime commissioner are the same for every property (depending on the council tax band of the property). However, individual parish councils, such Uttoxeter Town Council, will set their own charges which may differ to other parishes within the borough. Therefore, the council tax charge for one parish compared to another will be different in that respect.
“Further information about council tax and charges for 2014/15 can be found on our website www.eaststaffsbc.gov.uk”