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Home Resident Council Tax Council Tax Bands

Council Tax Bands


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Council Tax Bands and Charges.
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Your property has been put into a council tax band based on the value of your house on 1st of April 2003. The price of your home today is not a good guide as to what your band should be.

Your bill states which band applies to your home from 1 April 2023


Valuation BandRange of ValueCounty Borough
£
Police

£
Town/Community Council (Average)
£
Total (Average)
£
A Up to and including £44,000 1,053.69 222.06 33.47 1,309.22
B £44,001 to £65,000 1,229.30 259.07 39.04 1,527.41
C £65,001 to £91,000 1,404.92 296.08 44.62 1,745.62
D £91,001 to £123,000 1,580.53 333.09 50.20 1,963.82
E £123,001 to £162,000 1,931.76 407.11 61.36 2,400.23
F £162,001 to £223,000 2,282.99 481.13 72.51 2,836.63
G £223,001 to £324,000 2,634.22 555.15 83.67 3,273.04
H £324,001 to £424,000 3,161.06 666.18 100.40 3,927.64
I £424,001 and above 3,687.90 777.21 117.13 4,582.24


Finding out more about your Council Tax band

The Valuation Office Agency (VOA) maintains the Council Tax Valuation List.  This includes placing new properties within a Council Tax band and changing bands for properties when necessary.

To understand why your property is in a certain band, please see How domestic properties are assessed for Council Tax bands on the GOV.UK website.

You must continue to pay your existing bill while you are waiting for the results of an appeal.

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