We have had to change the way that some of our service operates to meet the guidelines set out by the government in response to the Coronavirus pandemic and to provide additional support for those affected.
The council tax bill has a lot of information on it. Below there is a broken down bill which explains the different parts of the bill:
Council tax account number and address of chargeable property
This is your council tax account reference number, the date the bill was issued and address of the property that the bill is for.
Reason for bill
This tells you why you have been sent a bill.
Balance due for payment
The amount you need to pay. If there is a 'CR' this means your account is in credit and you may be due a refund.
Band and value range
This shows the property band and the value range of band.
This is how the total council tax charge is worked out.
This is how your council tax charge is worked out:
The 'Annual Charge for Property Valuation Band' is the full charge for this property from 1 April to 31 March
The 'Council Tax for the period' is the full charge for the dates shown
It includes the period(s) you have been charged for, any reductions you may have, court costs, penalties and payments made.