Your property will have been placed into one of eight valuation bands by the Listing Officer of the Valuation Office Agency (part of the Inland Revenue) according to its value on 1st April 1991
Bands and Charges
Your property will have been placed into one of eight valuation bands by the Listing Officer of the Valuation Office Agency (part of the Inland Revenue) according to its value on 1st April 1991. If your property did not exist at this date, its value is adjusted back as if it did.
The band which applies to your property is shown on your Council Tax bill.
Tax Bands for England
|Band A||upto £40,000|
|Band B||£40,001 to £52,000|
|Band C||£52,001 to £68,000|
|Band D||£68,001 to £88,000|
|Band E||£88,001 to £120,000|
|Band F||£120,001 to £160,000|
|Band G||£160,000 to £320,000|
|Band H||over £320,000|
You can work out your Council Tax charge by viewing the tables below. Your Council Tax band is shown on your Council Tax Bill or is available from the Valuation Office Website.
The figures in the table show the amount for a full year. The figures include the County, District and Parish charge where apllicable, plus additional precepts for Staffordshire Police Authority and Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Fire Authority.
How to Appeal to the Valuation Office against your Council Tax
You only have 6 months from becoming the taxpayer of a property to appeal against your banding. After this time limit you may only appeal if the value has been reduced because part of the property has been demolished or part or all of it is now used as a business.
Even if you appeal you must continue to pay your Council Tax based on the current banding of your property. If your appeal is successful, we will send you a refund for any overpayments you have made.
How to Appeal?
Appeals should be made in writing to:-
The Listing Officer,
Last Updated: 28/03/2023