What Council Tax is, bands and bills

What Council Tax is and how it's calculated, who is liable to pay, find your Council Tax band, charges and bills.

Find your Council Tax band

The amount you pay for your Council Tax is calculated according to the banding of your property based on the market value on 1 April 1991. Bands are set by the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) - GOV.UK.

Haringey Council Tax bands and charges 2023 to 2024
Valuation band Value of property in April 1991 Greater London Authority (GLA) charge Adult social care charge Haringey charge Full Council Tax charge
Band A £40,00 or less £289.43 £139.27 £899.51 £1,328.21
Band  B £40,001 to £52,000 £337.66 £162.48 £1,049.44 £1,549.58
Band  C £52,001 to £68,000 £385.90 £185.69 £1,199.36 £1,770.95
Band  D £68,001 to £88,000 £434.14 £208.90 £1,349.28 £1,992.32
Band  E £88,001 to £120,000 £530.62 £255.33 £1,649.11 £2,435.06
Band  F £120,001 to £160,000 £627.09 £301.75 £1,948.95 £2,877.79
Band  G 160,001 to £320,000 £723.57 £348.17 £2,248.79 £3,320.53
Band  H over £320,000 £868.28 £417.81 £2,698.55 £3,984.64

How your Council Tax is calculated

The full Council Tax charge you pay is made up of: 

  • a Haringey charge
  • an adult social care charge
  • a Greater London Authority (GLA) charge

Any yearly changes to both the Haringey charge and the adult social care charge are set at the full council budget meeting each spring. The most these charges can be increased by is set each year by the government. 

The yearly GLA charge is set directly by the GLA.

Appeals against Council Tax bands

If you feel the banding of your property is incorrect, you can appeal directly to the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) on GOV.UK.