Council tax bands
Find your council tax band
Your council tax band depends upon the valuation your property has been given by the Valuation Office Agency and is based on the market value of the property as of 1 April 1991. Your council tax bill will tell you which band your home has been given and how much you have to pay or you can use Self Service to search for your council tax band online.
Council tax bands for 2019 to 2020
|Band||Value in 1991||Number of homes||Total bill||Proportion of Band D|
|A||Up to £40,000||47,750||£1,208.76||6/9|
|B||£40,001 to £52,000||32,674||£1,410.22||7/9|
|C||£52,001 to £68,000||22,947||£1,611.68||8/9|
|D||£68,001 to £88,000||9,752||£1,813.14||9/9|
|E||£88,001 to £120,000||4,950||£2,216.06||11/9|
|F||£120,001 to £160,000||1,755||£2,618.98||13/9|
|G||£160,001 to £320,000||601||£3,021.90||15/9|
Appeal your council tax band
Each property is assigned a council tax band which is determined by the Valuation Office Agency. To appeal your band, you will need to contact the Valuation Office.
If you think your council tax band is wrong you can appeal your band online or by post on GOV.UK:
You'll need to continue paying your council tax while the challenge is happening.
Changes to your property
If you've received a letter from us about a planning application that has been granted on your property please complete the Council Tax improvement request form.