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Hello,

 

We applied for for an alteration to our council tax banding and received a letter stating that this was unsuccessful as the proposal was not made within the time period.

 

Letter stated

 

We can only accept your proposal as valid if :

 

1.  If you were the council taxpayer on 1 April 93 you had until 30 November 1993 to make a proposal    

 

or

 

2. If you became the council taxpayer  of an existing property after 31 May 1993 you had 6 months from date you became the taxpayer

 

3. If you became the council taxpayer as a new property you had 6 months from the date of issue of the notice of banding to make a proposal

 

4.  Where an appeal decision which is a relevant decision has been made,  a proposal may be lodged within 6 months of that decision

 

We moved into our property in 2007.

 

We found a valuation certificate dated May 1991 for £51000 as well as title deeds

 

Our property is a band E although due to the price value in 1991 The Nationwide website states it should be a band D

 

All my neighbours are the same band E

 

Is there any way to appeal their decision as I have read successful stories (and some not) as it seems that the 6 months time limit would be missed by a large majority of people,  or am I missing something.

 

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Unless an appeal is made within the 6 months time limit then all you can do is to ask them to review the band - outside the 6 months there is no formal right to appeal their decision if the decline your request.

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Ok cheers.  So if I send copies as proof of value in 1991 would this support my claim.  

 

There are 13 houses in my street and half of them also have proof of their house values in 1991/ 1993.

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On 23/02/2020 at 22:02, dr fox said:

Ok cheers.  So if I send copies as proof of value in 1991 would this support my claim.  

 

There are 13 houses in my street and half of them also have proof of their house values in 1991/ 1993.

If you have proof it will certainly assist.

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