This local tax enables us to raise money to provide services in Hull. Details of how your council tax will be spent in 2019-2020 are detailed as follows -
Council tax bands
Every property in Hull is valued within one of eight council tax bands. Each band is assigned an annual council tax charge as follows -
Annual council tax charge for 2019-2020
The band that your property is valued in is decided by the Valuation Office -
Appeal your council tax band
You can appeal your council tax band if you feel your property has been valued incorrectly. If you decide to appeal you must continue to pay your council tax bill as normal until a decision is made by the Valuation Office.
Only one bill is sent to a home, regardless of how many people live there.
The person in your home who fits one of the descriptions below is the person liable for council tax -
- a resident freeholder (for example, an owner-occupier)
- a resident leaseholder (for example, an assured tenant)
- a resident statutory or secure tenant
- a resident licensee
- a resident
- the owner (where there are no residents)
If the description fits more than one person, then each person is jointly and severally liable. This means that any one of them, or all of them, can be required to pay the full amount of council tax. Each person is not just liable for a proportion of the tax.
However, full-time students cannot be made joint and severally liable with non-students.
There are some special cases where the above list does not apply and the owner is always liable, contact us for further details.
Council tax discounts, disregards, exemptions and reductions
The amount of council tax you have to pay may be reduced if your circumstances match certain criteria -