Your Council Tax helps to pay for a wide range of local services like policing and refuse collection. It applies to all domestic properties, including house, bungalows, flats, maisonettes, mobile homes and houseboats, whether owned or rented.
There is one bill per property, whether it is owned or rented. The people who live in the property will normally have to pay the Council Tax.
We collect Council Tax on behalf of:
The amount you pay depends on:
Click here to find out how your bill is made up, including the charges set by individual Parishes and other Precepting Authorities.
Click here to find out where the money to pay for the services provided by South Cambridgeshire District Council comes from, and what it's spent on.
Click here to read the leaflet that accompanies your bill, explaining how it is calculated.
Your bill will normally ask you to pay the Council Tax over ten monthly instalments. However, you can now have the option to pay over twelve months.
If you would prefer to pay over twelve months rather than the usual ten, please contact us to request this.
The document below shows the total Council Tax charged for each band for 2018/19, by Parish. The charges shown in the tables are before any exemptions or discounts are applied.
If you do not think you are liable for the Council Tax for the property you've been billed for, or you think an exemption or discount should be applied - you can appeal the decision.
You must first appeal to us directly in writing at firstname.lastname@example.org or by letter, to the Revenues Department. You must provide detailed reasons for your appeal to allow the matter to be reconsidered.
There is a further right to appeal to the Valuation Tribunal against the Council's decision, and more information can be found at their website here.
If you wish for someone to be able to discuss your Council Tax account with us on your behalf, please print, complete and return this permission to share document.
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