Wealden District Council

Council Tax FAQs - Council tax overview

Council tax is charged on domestic properties to help pay for services provided by your County Council, District Council, Town or Parish Council and the Police and Fire Authorities.

Council Tax is charged on properties that are used for domestic and residential purposes which do not include business use. It applies whether you own your home or rent it.

Council Tax charges for residents of Wealden District Council are set by East Sussex County Council, Wealden District Council, East Sussex Fire Authority, Sussex Police Authority and your town or parish council.

Frequently Asked Questions - Council tax overview

About council tax

Question:

What is council tax and why do I have to pay it?

Answer:

Council tax is charged on domestic properties to help pay for services provided by your County Council, District Council, Town or Parish Council and the Police and Fire Authorities.

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Council tax bands

Question:

What is a council tax band?

Answer:

The Listing Officer at the Valuation Office Agency places each domestic property into one of eight bands, bands A to H. The band that a property goes into depends on its market value as of 1st Apri...

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