Scotland’s 32 local authorities have all set their council tax bills for 2022/23.
In the first year since the SNP came to power in 2007 that councils have had complete freedom to increase rates, most have opted to do so by 3%.
Only East Renfrewshire and Falkirk increased their bills by more, while Shetland was the only council to freeze its charges.
A £150 discount has also been applied to Band A-D bills to ease the impact of the cost-of-living crisis.
With Band D highlighting the average bill for Scottish householders, here’s what councils are demanding over the next 12 months, not including water and sewerage charges.
|Council||2022/23 Band D bill|
|Argyll and Bute||£1408.76|
|Dumfries and Galloway||£1259.30|
|Perth and Kinross||£1351|