Council house tenants in Dundee have voted for a 3.75% increase to their rent.
The proposed increase would result in an average rise of £2.74 per week.
The council said after an extensive eight-week consultation, 69% of the 2,282 tenants who took part opted for an increase of 3.75%.
Councillors on the policy and resources committee will be asked on Monday to approve the change, which will come into effect from April 1.
Kevin Cordell, convener of the council’s neighbourhood services committee said: “We’ve had a tremendous response to our consultation.
“We’re here to represent the views of the people of Dundee, and this rent consultation gives our tenants the facts and figures to make an informed choice about how much the rent on a council house should go up by and what they will get for their money.”