The cost of bins and parking are set to rise in York in April.
And council tax is also set to increase – by 3.99 per cent – under City of York Council’s budget proposals.
Here are some of the charges that are set to be increased by the council – and fees that will remain the same.
The price of replacement bins is set to increase – with a basic 180-litre wheelie bin set to go up from £44 to £45.
And while the first garden waste bin collection is free, additional green bins will cost £40 to collect.
Replacement recycling boxes will remain free of charge.
The fees for dropping off certain items – like rubble and plasterboard – at Hazel Court Waste Recycling Centre are also set to increase.
Parking costs up
Parking costs across the city will rise. While the cost of the first residents’ parking permit will remain at £99.95, the second will increase in price from £187.50 to £192.50, with the price of third and fourth permits also rising.
Fees for parking in council car parks, on-street parking and coach car parks will rise.
But controversial plans to increase the cost of parking at Monks Cross Park&Ride from £5 to £10 have been scrapped.
The price of parking at the site – without getting the bus into the city centre – would remain at £5. There had been fears fans may be charged £10 to park there on match days.
Guest house parking permits will go up in price to £440 – and a book of 30 hotel parking scratchcards will increase to £275.
Licences for busking, selling ice cream and selling food within the city walls are also set to increase.
A one day pass to busk in the city centre will go from £20.50 to £21.
In contrast, all council fees for taxi drivers – such as licences and inspections – will be frozen.
The budget will be discussed at a council meeting on Thursday.