How much do you have to pay?

We charge Council Tax on most homes. There is one bill for each home, whether it is a house, bungalow, flat, maisonette, mobile home or houseboat, and whether the people living in the home own it or rent it.

The Valuation Office Agency’s (VOA) banding system is used to work out how much Council Tax you need to pay. You can find out what band your property is in at GOV.UK - Check your Council Tax band.

Your Council Tax bill will say which band your home is in. These costs assume two adults living in a property.

If you are entitled to Council Tax support, your bill will be reduced by a discount as shown on your bill.

Council Tax bands for London Borough of Enfield
Council Tax band Council Tax 2023-24 Council Tax 2024-25
A £1,301.63£1,376.99
B £1,518.56 £1,606.48
C £1,735.50 £1,835.98
D £1,952.44 £2,065.48
E £2,386.32 £2,524.48
F £2,820.19 £2,983.47
G £3,254.07 £3,442.47
H £3,904.88 £4,130.96

If you think the Council Tax band your property is in is wrong or you would like to appeal, you can challenge this at GOV.UK - Appeal a Council Tax bill or fine.

You can find out online if you are eligible for any Council Tax discounts.

Public notice - Council Tax for 2024/2025 (PDF, 101 KB).

For the year 2024/25, Council Tax attributable to Enfield Council includes a 2% precept to fund adult social care. The precepts for previous years are as follows:

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