Blaby District Council's tax is frozen for a third year
Members of a district council have voted to freeze council tax for the third year in a row.
People living in a Band D property, in Blaby district, will continue to pay £137 a year to the district council in the 12 months from April to March 2014.
Council leader Ernie White said: "The council has been able to accommodate cuts in core Government funding of just under £2.3 million since 2010 without any detrimental impact on service delivery, and we remain one of the lowest-cost district councils in England.
"We will continue to invest in services and we are making sure vulnerable people are supported."
The district's tax is a small proportion of the total council tax bill paid by residents in Blaby. The total tax bill also includes payments to parish councils, emergency services and the county council.