BEXLEY COUNCIL TAX BANDS & CHARGES 2024/25

 

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

Bexley Council Tax Band Monthly Council Tax Charge Annual Council Tax Rate
BAND A £119.72 £1,436.69
BAND B £139.68 £1,676.14
BAND C £159.63 £1,915.59
BAND D £179.59 £2,155.04
BAND E £219.50 £2,633.94
BAND F £259.40 £3,112.84
BAND G £299.31 £3,591.73
BAND H £359.17 £4,310.08



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Bexley Council is one of the largest local authorities in the UK, serving a population of over 250,000 people across the Bexley borough. With our Bexley Council Tax Refund Calculator, you can quickly and easily calculate how much money the Bexley Council will pay you back if your property is rebanded to a lower council tax band. This tool can help you save money and ensure you get the most out of your council tax payments.

Interesting facts about Bexley, UK: Bexley is located in southeast London, and is home to a number of historic sites, including Hall Place and Gardens, which is a Grade I listed building, and Lesnes Abbey Woods, a beautiful ancient woodland. Bexley is also known for its close connections to Charles Darwin, who lived in the area for many years.

Places to visit in the Bexley area:
- Hall Place and Gardens: a Grade I listed building set in 65 acres of stunning gardens and parkland.
- Lesnes Abbey Woods: an ancient woodland with a history dating back to the 12th century.
- Danson Park: a large park with a boating lake, play areas, and a cafe.
- The Broadway Shopping Centre: a modern shopping centre with a wide range of shops, cafes and restaurants.
- Bexleyheath Clock Tower: a Grade II listed clock tower built in the late 19th century.

Bexley is well-known for its close connections to Charles Darwin, who lived in the area for many years. It is also known for its beautiful parks and green spaces, and its vibrant shopping centre.

Recent topical news of interest to residents of the Bexley area includes the opening of a new community park in Erith, the launch of a new cycling and walking route in Bexley, and the introduction of a new bus service in the area.

Bexley Council is responsible for providing a range of services to local residents, including waste collection, road maintenance and repairs, and leisure and cultural activities. Council tax payments are used to fund these services, as well as to support local schools and provide social care.

Bexley Council is currently undertaking a range of projects and developments, including the regeneration of Erith town centre, the development of a new cycle route, and the refurbishment of the borough's leisure centres. These projects and developments are funded out of council tax payments.

Bexley Council has been criticised for its failure to provide affordable housing and for its lack of investment in public transport. However, many people in the area have praised the council for its commitment to improving local services and its efforts to protect the environment.

There are a number of ways that Bexley Council tax payments can be reduced, including applying for a Council Tax Reduction, applying for a Second Adult Rebate, or applying for a Disabled Band Reduction.

Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: How can I find out how much I will get back if my property is rebanded?
A: You can use our Bexley Council Tax Refund Calculator to quickly and easily calculate how much money the Bexley Council will pay you back if your property is rebanded to a lower council tax band.

Q: How do I apply for a Council Tax Reduction?
A: You can apply for a Council Tax Reduction by visiting the Bexley Council website and completing an online form.

Q: How do I apply for a Second Adult Rebate?
A: You can apply for a Second Adult Rebate by visiting the Bexley Council website and completing an online form.

Q: How do I apply for a Disabled Band Reduction?
A: You can apply for a Disabled Band Reduction by visiting the Bexley Council website and completing an online form.

Q: How can I pay my council tax?
A: You can pay your council tax online via the Bexley Council website, or by direct debit, cheque or cash.

Adjacent to Bexley Council are Bromley Council, Greenwich Council, Lewisham Council and Kent County Council. Bromley Council covers the London Borough of Bromley, which is home to a number of attractions, including Crystal Palace Park and Chislehurst Caves. Greenwich Council covers the Royal Borough of Greenwich, which is home to attractions such as the Cutty Sark and the Royal Observatory. Lewisham Council covers the London Borough of Lewisham, which is home to attractions such as the Horniman Museum and Gardens and the Golden Hinde. Kent County Council covers the county of Kent, which is home to attractions such as Leeds Castle and Canterbury Cathedral.



Go to Bexley council tax charges 2023/24.

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

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