Valuation Banding Appeals
In certain circumstances you can make a proposal to change the band your property is in.
Examples of when you can appeal include the following:
- If there have been physical changes in your area which could affect the value of your property.
- If you become a new Council Tax payer for a property, you have six months within which to challenge the valuation band.
- If you want to delete a property from the valuation list if it no longer exists or if you think it should no longer be liable for Council Tax.
- If you have received a notice from the listing officer advising you that the entry for your property in the valuation list has been altered – you have six months to make a proposal if you do not agree with the change.
- If your property becomes, or stops being, a composite property. (A composite property is one which contains both domestic and non-domestic property)
Appeals should be in writing and addressed to:
Valuation Office Agency
Ty Glyder, 339 High Street
Your appeal should contain the following.
- Your name and address.
- The property to which the appeal applies.
- The way in which you propose the band should change, for example, to a higher or lower band.
- The reason you believe the banding to be incorrect.
More information on appeals is available on the Valuation Office Agency website.
Last Modified: 05/12/2018
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