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Council Tax band valuations

When a house is sold does the council tax band change with the increase in price? I live in a street where the houses can vary from two up, two down to those that have been extended into the roof and are therefore much larger so how does the council know how to evaluate the council tax band and therefore what to charge?

Asked on Mar 11 2015, General in Twickenham | Report content

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  • The council tax is always based on 1991 prices. If the house has been 'improved' then the sale may result in a revaluation. You can see this by looking at the list of valuations maintained by the council.

    Answered on Mar 12 2015, Report content
  • Hey Leon, No, the band was set years ago but it’s the pence in the £ that changes depending on the council. hope that helps. Jonathan :)

    Answered on Mar 18 2015, Report content

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