Council tax bands and bills
What the bill is spent on
For information about how we spend your Council tax please download the Council tax booklet.
Part of your Council tax also goes to the Greater London Authority.
Your Council tax bill
To calculate your bill, the Valuation Office Agency decides the band your property is in. There are eight bands (A-H) depending on the property market value on 1 April 1991.
The band will determine how much Council tax you will have to pay and the full Council tax bill is based on two or more adults living in your property.
Bills are sent out every March.
Your Council tax band
You can check your Council tax band by visiting the Valuation Office Agency website.
If you want to challenge your band you can do so online by completing the Council tax band formal challenge form. Please be aware that following the outcome bands can go up, down or stay the same.
The list below shows the bands for Council Tax for 2020-21 based on a full charge.
- Band A - £1,197.23
- Band B - £1,396.77
- Band C - £1,596.30
- Band D - £1,795.84
- Band E - £2,194.81
- Band F - £2,593.99
- Band G - £2,993.07
- Band H - £3,591.86
The list below shows the bands for Council Tax for 2020-21 based on a single resident discount charge.
- Band A - £ 897.92
- Band B - £1,047.58
- Band C - £1,197.23
- Band D - £1,346.88
- Band E - £1,646.18
- Band F - £1,945.49
- Band G - £2,244.80
- Band H - £2,693.76
If you have moved into your property part way through the year then your bill will be worked out from when you became liable till 31 March.
Council tax has been set at £1795.84 for a band D property for 2020-21. This means your Council tax bill has increased by 3.95 per cent compared to the previous year.