A DETAILED breakdown of the cheapest and most expensive areas in terms of council tax in and around Burton has been published.
East Staffordshire Borough Council has outlined how much people across the area will be shelling out from April 1.
The most any of the borough’s residents will have to hand over is £3,013.63 in Tatenhill, and that is for a Band H property worth more than £320,001.
The lowest people will pay is £969.26 for a Band A property, worth up to £40,000, in the Outwoods area.
The priciest place to own a Band A property is in Tatenhill, where council tax will come out at £1,004.54.
In terms of Band B properties, which are worth between £40,001 and £52,000, the cheapest place in terms of council tax is Outwoods at £1,130.81, and the dearest is again Tatenhill at £1,171.96.
Tatenhill is also the dearest for people with Band C properties (£52,001 to £68,000) at £1,339.39, and the cheapest is in Stanton at £1,292.68.
In terms of Band D properties, which are worth between £68,001 and £88,000, Outwoods properties command the lowest council tax bills at £1,453.89 and Tatenhill the most expensive at £1,506.81.
Band E properties, which are worth between £88,001 and £120,000, are the dearest in terms of council tax in Stretton at £1,838.68, while the cheapest are in Outwoods at£1,776.98
Among Band F properties, which cost £120,001 to £160,000, the highest council tax bills are in Tatenhill at £2,176.51, and the lowest in Stanton at £2,100.07.
Band G properties, which cost £160,001 to £320,000, will see the highest council tax fees of £2,511.36 in Tatenhill, while Outwoods at £2,423.77 will be the cheapest.
The data came after Julian Mott (pictured), leader of the borough council, revealed the authority would freeze council tax in 2015-16.
The breakdowns do not take into account areas of Uttoxeter.