WOKING COUNCIL TAX BANDS & CHARGES 2024/25

 

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

Woking Council Tax Band Monthly Council Tax Charge Annual Council Tax Rate
BAND A £131.76 £1,581.07
BAND B £153.72 £1,844.58
BAND C £175.67 £2,108.09
BAND D £197.63 £2,371.60
BAND E £241.55 £2,898.62
BAND F £285.47 £3,425.64
BAND G £329.39 £3,952.67
BAND H £395.27 £4,743.20



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Welcome to Woking Council, UK! Woking is a vibrant and diverse area of Surrey, England, home to a variety of cultural attractions, unique landmarks, and stunning natural scenery. With its convenient location close to London, Woking is a popular destination for tourists and residents alike.

Our Woking Council Tax Refund Calculator is designed to help you calculate how much money you could be eligible for if your property is rebanded to a lower council tax band. This calculator is free and easy to use, so why not give it a try!

Interesting Facts About Woking

* Woking is home to the UK's first purpose-built mosque, the Shah Jahan Mosque, which was built in 1889.

* Woking is the birthplace of the famous author, H.G. Wells, who wrote classic novels such as The War of the Worlds and The Time Machine.

* Woking is home to the world-famous Brooklands motor racing circuit, the first purpose-built motor racing circuit in the world.

Places to Visit in Woking

* The Lightbox: This award-winning museum and gallery is a great place to learn about the history and culture of Woking and the surrounding area.

* Woking Palace: This 15th-century palace is one of the most important historical sites in the area and is a great place to explore.

* Brooklands Museum: This museum is dedicated to the history of motor racing and is a great place to learn about the history of the sport.

* Mayford Meadows Nature Reserve: This nature reserve is a great place to go for a walk and take in the stunning scenery.

* The Shah Jahan Mosque: This is the UK's first purpose-built mosque and is a great place to learn about the history of Islam in the UK.

Woking Area Well-Known For

Woking is well-known for its links to famous people, inventions, and historical events. H.G. Wells, the famous author, was born in Woking and the world-famous Brooklands motor racing circuit is located in the area. Woking is also home to the UK's first purpose-built mosque, the Shah Jahan Mosque.

Recent Topical News

* Woking Council has recently announced plans to build a new park in the town centre.

* Woking is set to receive a £2 million investment from the government to improve the local transport network.

* Woking Council has launched a new campaign to encourage people to recycle more.

Useful Information About Woking Council

Woking Council is responsible for providing a range of services to the local community, such as waste collection, street cleaning, and public transport. The council is also responsible for maintaining local parks and open spaces, and providing community services such as libraries and leisure centres.

Projects and Developments

Woking Council is currently involved in a number of projects and developments, including building a new park in the town centre, improving the local transport network, and launching a new campaign to encourage people to recycle more. These projects and developments are funded out of council tax payments.

Woking Council also spends council tax payments on a range of other services, such as waste collection, street cleaning, and public transport.

Criticisms and Positive Things

Some criticisms have been levelled at Woking Council for their lack of transparency and lack of communication with the public. However, many people in the area have praised the council for their efforts to improve the local area, such as their plans to build a new park in the town centre and their campaign to encourage people to recycle more.

Ways to Reduce Woking Council Tax Payments

* Claim any applicable discounts or exemptions.

* Apply for Council Tax Reduction if you are on a low income.

* Switch to a cheaper Council Tax band.

* Pay your Council Tax bills in full and on time.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How can I calculate how much money I could be eligible for if my property is rebanded to a lower council tax band?

A: You can use our free Woking Council Tax Refund Calculator to calculate how much money you could be eligible for if your property is rebanded to a lower council tax band.

Q: What services does Woking Council provide?

A: Woking Council provides a range of services to the local community, such as waste collection, street cleaning, public transport, maintaining local parks and open spaces, and providing community services such as libraries and leisure centres.

Q: How can I reduce my Woking Council Tax payments?

A: You can reduce your Woking Council Tax payments by claiming any applicable discounts or exemptions, applying for Council Tax Reduction if you are on a low income, switching to a cheaper Council Tax band, and paying your Council Tax bills in full and on time.

Q: What projects and developments is Woking Council involved with?

A: Woking Council is currently involved in a number of projects and developments, including building a new park in the town centre, improving the local transport network, and launching a new campaign to encourage people to recycle more.

Q: How is Woking Council funded?

A: Woking Council is funded out of council tax payments, which are used to pay for a range of services, such as waste collection, street cleaning, and public transport, as well as projects and developments.

Adjacent Councils

Woking Council is adjacent to Runnymede Borough Council and Surrey Heath Borough Council. Runnymede Borough Council is located in the south-west of Surrey and is home to the historic Runnymede meadows, where the Magna Carta was signed in 1215, as well as the picturesque village of Egham. Surrey Heath Borough Council is located in the north-west of Surrey and is home to the towns of Camberley and Frimley, as well as the popular tourist destination of Windlesham.



Go to Woking council tax charges 2023/24.

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Woking council tax charges 2012/13.

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