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Christchurch Council Tax bands and charges 2018/19

How much is my Council Tax?

Find out how much your Council Tax is by telling us your address.

My address isn't in the system

If you can't find your address, you can search for your Council Tax band on the central Government website and use our table so see how much you will need to pay.

Charges for 2018/19

Parish/townBand ABand BBand CBand DBand EBand FBand GBand H

Burton

1,266.35

1,477.39

1,688.47

1,899.52

2,321.65

2,743.74

3,165.87

3,799.04

Hurn

1,276.25

1,488.94

1,701.67

1,914.37

2,339.80

2,765.19

3,190.62

3,828.74

Christchurch

1,257.63

1,467.22

1,676.84

1,886.44

2,305.66

2,724.85

3,144.07

3,772.88

Parish precepts

If you live in Burton or Hurn, your full Council Tax amount will be higher as you will be contributing towards your parish council services.
For example, if you live in a Band D property, you will pay an additional:

  • £13.08 if you live in Burton
  • £27.93 if you live in Hurn

What your Council Tax pays for

Your Council Tax funds a range of services from:

Council Tax explanatory notes

For more information on your Council Tax please read the explanatory notes.

Spending on major projects

Christchurch Borough Council plans to spend £6.1m on major projects over the next five years. This includes £2.3m investment in community and leisure facilities, £2.3m on maintaining our assets including £0.8m on car parks, £1.1m on affordable housing and temporary accommodation and £0.4m on coast protection.

You can read more about where your money goes in the council budget books.

Council Tax appeals

Find out how to challenge your Council Tax band

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