Find out which council tax band your property is in and how much you have to pay.
Council tax bands and charges 2020/21
Each home in Leeds is in one of these council tax bands:
Council tax bands for properties in Leeds
|Band||Annual council tax charge|
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Find out the band of a property
Search for a property band
When you move into a new build, it might not have a council tax band yet. Your band is decided by the central government’s
Valuation Office Agency (VOA)External link, not the city council.
Find out if your new build has a band.
If you do not have a band yet
- Make sure you let us know about your move using the
change of address form.
- The Valuation Office Agency (VOA) will write to you when they set your band, and they’ll tell us around the same time.
- When the VOA tells us your band, we will send you the council tax bill for your new home. We cannot send your bill until the VOA tells us your band, so there can be a delay. The charges on your council tax bill will be calculated starting from the date you became the owner or tenant of your home.
Parish or town council charges
Some areas of Leeds have a parish council or town council. If you live in one of these areas, you may see an extra charge on your council tax bill. This charge is to pay for the running of your local parish or town council. It is not an optional charge and we must include it in your bill.
Find out if you live in a parish or town council area.
If you think your band is wrong
Valuation Office Agency (VOA)External link is responsible for deciding which band a property is in.
You may be able to challenge your council tax band if you think it is wrong.
Find out how to make an appealExternal link.