Council tax 2020/21
A guide to your council tax 2020/21
Council tax is a property-based tax payable on most domestic properties such as a house or flat but can include a houseboat, caravan or a granny annexe.
The council tax charge is set by local councillors and depends on how much money is needed to run local services and how much is given to the council by central government.
One bill is sent to each household detailing the council tax charge for the forthcoming year. The band of the property determines the level of tax each household pays.
How much will I pay?
There is an increase in Bromley’s part of the council tax of 1.99 percent, with the Adult Social Care precept increasing by a further 2 percent. There is an increase of 3.61 percent in the GLA part. This means there is an overall increase of 3.91 percent. (Due to decimal rounding this shows as 4 percent on your council tax bill).
|Property||Bromley* (£.p)||GLA (£.p)||Total|
*Including Adult Social Care precept. Find out how the Adult Social Care precept is calculated.
You can view the valuation bands for council tax purposes
Your council tax bill for 2020/21
Council tax bills for 2020/21 have been sent out. Your first payment is due on 1 April 2020. Followed by payments on the 1st of each month (or the 15th if you have opted to pay by direct debit).
If you pay by any method other than by direct debit you should pay 5 days before the due date to allow for postal delivery/bank processing.
Information to explain this year's council tax.
Council tax 2020/21 (PDF guide)
Details about how much council tax is payable for 2020/21, including how the council spends its money.
Information about how the GLA spends its part of your council tax.
Different payment methods are available and you can view your account online.
If you think you are entitled to a discount or exemption on your council tax.