The table below shows the 2024/25 council tax bands costs for properties in Ashfield in the different council tax bands or you can use online council tax Calculator and check yourself:

Ashfield Council Tax Band Monthly Council Tax Charge Annual Council Tax Rate
BAND A £133.32 £1,599.87
BAND B £155.54 £1,866.52
BAND C £177.76 £2,133.16
BAND D £199.98 £2,399.81
BAND E £244.43 £2,933.10
BAND F £288.87 £3,466.39
BAND G £333.31 £3,999.68
BAND H £399.97 £4,799.62

Ashfield Council Tax Refund Calculator

Set when you moved into this property in Ashfield to see how much money you would get if your house was rebanded. Current council tax band of your property with online council tax checker:

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Welcome to the Ashfield Council page on Here you can use our Ashfield Council Tax Refund Calculator to work out how much money the Ashfield Council will pay you back if your property is rebanded to a lower council tax band.

Ashfield is a district in Nottinghamshire, England, located to the north of Nottingham city. It is home to the historic Welbeck Abbey, the ancestral home of the Dukes of Portland, and the Sherwood Forest Country Park. The area is also known for its many churches, including the Grade I listed St. Mary's Church in Hucknall.

Ashfield Council is involved in a number of projects and developments, including the building of new housing and the refurbishment of existing buildings. Many of these projects are funded by council tax payments, while other projects are funded by external sources. Ashfield Council also spends council tax payments on services such as waste collection, street cleaning, and road maintenance.

Ashfield Council has been criticized for its poor communication with residents and its failure to address local issues in a timely manner. However, many people in the area have praised the council for its commitment to improving the local environment and for its efforts to promote economic growth.

There are a few ways to reduce your Ashfield Council tax payments, such as applying for a discount or exemption, or applying for a council tax reduction.

Here are five frequently asked questions about Ashfield Council tax, payments and refunds:

Q: How do I apply for a council tax reduction?

A: To apply for a council tax reduction, you will need to contact Ashfield Council directly.

Q: How do I find out if I am eligible for a council tax refund?

A: To find out if you are eligible for a council tax refund, you can use our Ashfield Council Tax Refund Calculator.

Q: How do I make a payment to Ashfield Council?

A: You can make a payment to Ashfield Council by visiting their website or by calling their customer service team.

Q: How long will it take for my council tax refund to be processed?

A: The processing time for a council tax refund depends on the individual circumstances of the case.

Q: What is the contact information for Ashfield Council?

A: You can contact Ashfield Council by phone at 01623 463 463 or by email at

Adjacent to Ashfield Council are Broxtowe Borough Council, which covers the town of Beeston, and Gedling Borough Council, which covers the town of Arnold. Broxtowe Borough Council is well known for its historic buildings, such as Beeston Castle, and its vibrant nightlife. Gedling Borough Council is home to some of Nottinghamshire's most beautiful countryside, including Mapperley Woods and Colwick Country Park.

Go to Ashfield council tax charges 2023/24.

Previous years:
Ashfield council tax charges 2022/23.
Ashfield council tax charges 2021/22.
Ashfield council tax charges 2020/21.
Ashfield council tax charges 2019/20.
Ashfield council tax charges 2018/19.
Ashfield council tax charges 2017/18.
Ashfield council tax charges 2016/17.
Ashfield council tax charges 2015/16.
Ashfield council tax charges 2014/15.
Ashfield council tax charges 2013/14.
Ashfield council tax charges 2012/13.

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