Council Tax: notice of alteration
What a notice of alteration is, when you’d receive one, and what to do next.
What is a notice of alteration?
A notice of alteration is a Council Tax banding decision letter sent to taxpayers. The notice informs you of changes to the Council Tax listing for your property.
When you would receive a notice of alteration
You will receive a notice of alteration when:
- the banding on your property changes
- a new property is brought into the Council Tax list
- the date the banding is effective from changes
- the address of your property changes
What to do if you receive a notice of alteration
If you receive a notice of alteration you don’t need to do anything further, unless you wish to appeal the decision. If you’re thinking of appealing your Council Tax band you must consider what grounds you have to do so. More information is available on Council Tax appeals.