Council Tax: The Valuation Office Agency
What are valuation bands?
The valuation of dwellings is carried out by the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) and not by local councils.
Each dwelling is allocated one of eight bands according to its open market value at 1st April 1991. The local council then issues a Council Tax bill based upon the band it has been advised to charge the property.
These bands are:
|Band||Range of value||Band||Range of value|
|A||Up to £40,000||E||£88,001-£120,000|
|D||£68,001-£88,000||H||More than £320,000|
Should you wish to discuss the banding of your property, the Valuation Office Agency may be contacted at:
What do I do if I think the band is wrong?
If you think your band is wrong you can appeal the banding of your property with the VOA.
Further advice regarding Council Tax bands and appeals is available direct from the VOA.
This information is general guidance only and not a substitute for the relevant statutes and regulations.