Council Tax bands and charges
The amount of Council Tax you pay depends on which band your property is in.
How your bill is calculated
The total bill is made up of two elements – the Richmond element, which we set, and the Greater London Authority element, which is set by the GLA.
As part of the Local Government Finance Settlement 2022/23 the Secretary of State offered local authorities with adult social care responsibilities the option of increasing Council Tax by up to 1.99% without the need for a referendum, plus a further increase of up to 1% which must be spent on protecting adult social care.
For 2022/23, we opted to increase by 1.0% for adult social care and 0.94% for general expenditure, making an overall increase of 1.94%.
Combining this with the increase in the Greater London Authority element of 8.8%, the overall Council Tax payable for 2022/23 has increased by 3.2%.
Read our Guide to Council Tax and Business Rates (pdf, 2.8 MB) to find out more about our charges.
Richmond Council Tax (2022/23)
Greater London Authority (2022/23)
Total Council Tax charge (2022/23)
Council Tax bands are based on how much the properties would have sold for on 1 April 1991 as determined by the Valuation Office Agency.
If you think your band is too high
The Valuation Office Agency can advise you how to proceed if you think your Council Tax band is wrong:
Telephone: 03000 501501
If you make an appeal, you still have to pay your Council Tax bill based on the current band until the appeal is decided.
Up to: Council Tax
Updated: 31 March 2022