Valuation bands

Your council tax bill shows the valuation band of your home. This band sets how much council tax you pay.

You can also check your valuation band on the GOV.UK website.

The valuation band is set by the Valuation Office Agency, a branch of her Majesty's Revenue and Customs.  If you think your band is wrong you may be able to challenge your valuation band..

The valuation is based on property values as at 1 April 1991. If your home was built after this date, the value of similar properties in the area will have been used to estimate what it would have been worth in 1991.

BandValuation range
AUp to £40,000
B£40,001-£52,000
C£52,001-£68,000
D£68,001-£88,000
E£88,000-£120,000
F£120,001-£160,000
G£160,001-£320,000
HAbove £320,000

We calculate the council tax amount for each valuation band based on the amount payable for band D properties. The table below sets out how we calculate each band.

BandProportion of Band D
A6/9ths
B7/9ths
C8/9ths
D9/9ths
E11/9ths
F13/9ths
G15/9ths
H18/9ths

This means that the council tax for a property in band A will be 6/9ths (two-thirds) of the tax for a band D property. And the council tax for a band H property will be twice as much as one in band D.

 
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