Council tax with Ag tie

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  • nukecad
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    You normally have to apply for a revaluation of the banding within 3 months of moving in, although it is possible to do a late application.

    Of course the original banding may have included the tie anyway.

    Revaluation can backfire if the property has been improved since 1991.

    https://www.fwi.co.uk/business/busin...ricultural-tie

    In certain areas an old school tie may be of help.

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  • space cowboy
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    Council tax with Ag tie

    Has anyone had there band reduced because of there Ag tie, I think im a band F paying around £2400 PA on a 4 bed detached house? Thanks in advance

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    by space cowboy
    Has anyone had there band reduced because of there Ag tie, I think im a band F paying around £2400 PA on a 4 bed detached house? Thanks in advance
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  • Reply to Council tax with Ag tie
    by nukecad
    You normally have to apply for a revaluation of the banding within 3 months of moving in, although it is possible to do a late application.

    Of course the original banding may have included the tie anyway.

    Revaluation can backfire if the property has been improved since 1991....
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