Most domestic properties (house, bungalow, maisonette, flat, mobile home, caravan or houseboat) are subject to Council Tax, no matter whether they are owned, rented or leased. The tax is collected by Harlow Council and is used to pay towards services provided by several authorities including Harlow Council, Essex County Council, Police Crime Commissioner for Essex (PCC) and Essex Fire Authority. Therefore Harlow’s Council Tax is made up of Harlow Council, Essex County Council, PCC and Essex Fire Authority charges. The property band determines what portion of the set Council Tax should be paid by those liable.
- Who is responsible for paying Council Tax?
- How can I make Council Tax payments?
- How are Council Tax bands and charges calculated?
- What reductions, support, discounts and exemptions could I qualify for?
- Is there any extra help with Council Tax payments I could qualify for?
- How do I check or challenge a banding or appeal a bill?
- What should I do if I am moving into Harlow, within Harlow or out of Harlow?
- What happens if I don't pay my Council Tax bill?
- Who can I contact if I can't pay a Council bill or want more advice?
- What to do if the person liable to pay Council Tax has died?
- How is my Council Tax spent?
- How do I comment or complain about the service I have received from Harlow Council?
- How does Harlow Council use my information?