Harrow is one of five London boroughs that have seen an increase in council tax since 2010.
The borough has seen council tax rise from £1,496 to £1,509 in 2015.
The council, which saw a surprise result in the local elections last year when Labour took over from the Conservatives, charged residents £1,061 last year.
The 2014/15 figure is 7.8% less than the amount charged in 2010/11, which was the first year of David Cameron's government.
The borough of Westminster, which currently boasts the lowest Band D council tax rate of all London boroughs, has similarly reduced its charge since 2010/11. Residents pay £678 per year, a vast amount lower than the England average of £1,468.
Feltham & Heston and West Hounslow MP, Seema Malhotr, argued for an increase in council tax.
“My own council in Hounslow will have to make cuts of around 40% on what it had in 2010," she said. "To raise council tax even by 2% would generate about £2 million.
"To go over that would cost between £300,000 and £400,000 in terms of running a referendum.
"The council is concerned about what will happen to services, which will have to be very deeply cut."
Hounslow's Band D charge was £1,400 in 2010/11 compared to £1,379 this year, a 1.5% decrease.
Other west London boroughs feature among the 32 councils to charge a lower Band D figure than four years ago.
Local authority 2010/2011 2014/2015 % change
|Hammersmith & Fulham||£1122||£1034||-7.8|
|Kensington & Chelsea||£1092||£1082||-0.9|