How is Council Tax Calculated?
The Valuation Office will band your property and the council will issue the bill based on that Banding. The bandings are assessed on the 1991 capital value of your property.
All domestic dwellings are charged according to the property band allocated by the Valuation Office. The relevant band allocated is based on the market value of a property as at 1st April 1991. Even if your property is newly built, it will still be banded based on what it would have been worth at that date.
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To maintain parity in the Banding List, if your property was built after 1991 it will be subject to the same Valuation criteria.
If you do not agree with the band for your property and you wish to make an appeal, please contact the Listing Officer at :Leicester Valuation Office Enkalon House 92 Regent Road
LE1 7DD Tel : 03000 501501 Fax : 03000 505145
You should continue to pay your original Council Tax Demand Notice whilst your appeal is outstanding.
In the event of an overpayment the credit will be offset against any outstanding balance and the remainder refunded to you.
For further information see the Valuation Office website.
If you wish to appeal any other matter regarding your Council Tax, please do so in writing to the Council Tax Billing Section.
You may email the team at email@example.com or write to us.
Our address details are :F.A.O. Council Tax Billing Section The Leicestershire Partnership PO Box 10004 Hinckley Leicestershire LE10 9EF
Pages in this section
- What is Council Tax?
- Council Tax-Enquiries
- The Council Tax Bill
- Who Pays the Bill?
- Paying your Council Tax
- Change of Details
- Discounts and Exemptions
- Banding Enquiry
- Carer's Council Tax Discount
- Disablement Discount Application
- Single Occupancy Discount Claim
- Council Tax Recovery & Enforcement
- How to contact the Council Tax Team
- Council Tax Financial Information 2013/14
- Council Tax Support Scheme
- Council Tax Discretionary Discount - CTDD