Appeal against your Council Tax banding
Challenge your Council Tax banding
You might be able to challenge your Council Tax band if you have evidence that suggests the band is wrong. You must continue paying your Council Tax while the challenge is happening.
Challenge your Council Tax band on GOV.UK gives advice on how to challenge your band.
Making an appeal against a Council Tax banding
In certain circumstances, we will allow an appeal.
Appeal a Council Tax bill or fine on GOV.UK gives advice on how to appeal your bill and what to do if you disagree with our decision.
Make your appeal to:
- Contact: Listing Officer
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: 03000 501501
- Address: Manchester Valuation Office, Manchester One, 53 Portland Street, Manchester M1 3LD
Making an appeal against liability for Council Tax
You may appeal if you consider that you are not liable to pay Council Tax, for example, because you are not the resident or owner, or because your property is exempt, or if we have made a mistake calculating your bill. If you wish to appeal on these grounds, you must first notify us in writing so that we can reconsider the case.
You must still pay your Council Tax even though you are making an appeal.
If your appeal is successful, you will receive a refund of any overpaid Council Tax. If you make an appeal and you are still not satisfied with our decision (or you are not notified of a decision within two months of making your appeal), you can then appeal to a Valuation Tribunal.
- Contact: Valuation Tribunals Service
- Website: www.valuation-tribunals.gov.uk
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: 0300 123 2035
- Address: 3rd Floor, Crossgate House, Wood Street, Doncaster DN1 3LL