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How much is council tax?

Asked on Apr 26 2011, House Prices in Birmingham | Report content

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  • How long is a piece of string? Council Tax is specific to the area you live and the type of property you live in.

    Answered on Apr 27 2011, Report content
  • If you search online for "council tax" and your area it should come up. I notice you seem to be looking in Birmingham and so the bands can be found in the link below. You will of course need to look up the band of the property but this can be done easily if you know the property address by searching on the Valuation Office Agency website ( and links back to directgov).

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    Answered on Apr 27 2011, Report content
  • When you have identified a property of interest call your local council and give the post code and they will tell you what band. Ask for how much that band is and remember you may qualify for 25% discount if it is single ocupancy. Good luck.

    Answered on May 2 2011, Report content
  • Hi, For any questions in relation to council tax we would suggest that you get in contact with the local council for the area who will be able to advise you on what and your property is in and the charges. When in contact with the council it is best to state your situation as you may be entitled to discounts such as a 25% discount if you are the sole occupant.

    Answered on Sep 26 2013, Report content

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