Council tax is set by councils to help pay for local services such as refuse collection, schools and libraries. It is a property-based charge with one bill for each household. The amount payable depends on the band the property is placed into by the Valuation Office Agency (VOA).
- Can I appeal against the band of my property?
- What if the amount I have to pay changes during the year?
- Can I get my home changed to another band?
- What counts as a dwelling?
- What happens where house prices have risen or fallen since 1 April 1991?
- How can I pay my council tax?
- What if the bill is wrong?
- What if I am still unable to pay?
- What if I don't pay?
- I'm planning to build an extension but will this change the band of my property?
- What action can the council take?
- When will I receive my council tax bill?
- What if I have trouble paying my bill?
- When can I pay my council tax?