Council tax property bands
Council Tax is calculated on a daily basis. The amount you pay is determined by the banding of your property and in which area it is based.
Find a band and charge for a property in Denbighshire
The banding of a property is based on what the value would have been on 1 April 2003. The Valuation Office (external website) is responsible for banding every property in Wales.
The following table shows the different valuation bands
|Valuation band ||Value of property (on 1 April 2003)|
||Up to £44,000
||£44,001 to £65,000
||£65,001 to £91,000
||£91,001 to £123,000
||£123,001 to £162,000
||£162.001 to £223,000
||£223,001 to £324,000
||£324,001 to £424,000
Proportion of council tax
We calculate each valuation band as a proportion of Council Tax compared to a Band D, for example, a Band A charge is 6/9ths of a Band D charge
The proportion of council tax paid by each Band for 2023/2024 is in the following table:
2023/2024 Proportion of council tax
|Tax band||Proportion of council tax||Multiple |
Council tax charges
View the council tax charges for all bands in Denbighshire
Appeals against Banding
Appeals are dealt with by the Valuations Office. If you believe the valuation of your property is wrong there is an appeal process which you must comply with. You can find more information by visiting the Valuation Office Website (external website).
There are limited reasons why your band may be changed. These include:
- After demolition
- Conversion of houses to flats
- Physical changes in the local area affecting value
Council Tax must continue to be paid whilst any appeal is being made and considered.
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