H&F Council Annual Report 2022-23

On your side

Hammersmith & Fulham Council has frozen council tax bills for 2022-23. This will deliver a real terms cut as H&F residents face the worst cost-of-living squeeze in 60 years.

H&F has also formally approved £7.5million of new investment on key services for residents, as well as to freeze charges in adult social care, children’s services and housing. You can read all about this year’s budget and the council’s achievements here:

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A challenging time

Cllr Stephen Cowan, Leader of the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, said: “Families and citizens across our borough face an unprecedented cost-of-living crisis. Food bills are up already by about £30 a week, for each of our, many of our neighbours across the borough.

“We have the highest inflation now for 30 years, the worst cost-of-living squeeze in 60 years, and we see rocketing energy bills and government taxes that are about to hit households around Hammersmith & Fulham.

“It is without doubt a challenging time, and as you already know, many people are struggling to pay their bills and to make their household finances balance. So, I am pleased that Hammersmith & Fulham will freeze council tax.”