Your Council Tax and
Business Rates explained
April 2011 – March 2012
Message from the Executive Leader,
Councillor Kieran Quinn
important, including tackling crime and will be representing the UK in the The coming year will be a difficult one,
anti-social behaviour, supporting the European “In Bloom” competition with some tough decisions to take, but
local economy, creation of new jobs, later in the summer. we are committed to protecting front
and protecting front line services for line services and jobs. In doing this
• We are introducing a new £500,000 we will also continue to provide our
the old and most vulnerable in our
“You Choose” fund that local residents with the best value for money
community and residents groups services possible.
Independent assessments of our will be able to bid into for funding all
performance continue to rate our manner of projects and initiatives.
services amongst the best in the
• We will be launching the “Tameside
country, and once again we have
Spring Clean Challenge” which
received top marks for delivering value
will encourage everyone to get
Councillor Kieran Quinn for money. These austere times mean
involved in making our borough an
Executive Leader, Tameside Council that it has never been more important
even cleaner, brighter and a more
to ensure that we make your money
attractive place to live and work.
work harder than ever for the benefit of
This booklet gives you the information our borough.
on council tax, business rates, how the Whilst the financial challenges that we The Tameside Way
council is funded and how it spends its face are stark, there is much to look
budget. forward to in the coming year including: Tameside is facing tough financial challenges and I am confident and proud
to say that we will continue to meet these challenges head-on. Along with our
You will also find advice on what to do if • The first of our new Building Schools partners we will be supporting our local economy, improving the health and
you need help paying your bill. for the Future secondary schools wellbeing of our residents, improving the life chances and aspirations of our
We are statutorily obliged to send you will open. We are now on-site at 10 younger generations through better education and making our 9 towns, villages
this information. However, this year locations and these state of the art and local areas even cleaner, brighter and more attractive. I believe in social
we have combined all the leaflets facilities will help us improve further fairness and that together we can all help to make Tameside an even better
and guidance into this single booklet, the educational attainment of our place to live work and play in.
which we hope is easier to read, and children and young people.
understand. Importantly it has also cost • The Tameside Works First initiative
us £10,000 less to produce. will continue to support our local
These are difficult financial times, with economy, and in particular, small
our local economy still fragile, and to medium sized businesses. We
youth unemployment a real cause for will be working with our partners to
concern. In 2011/12 Tameside council both encourage young people to
must save £35 million as part of the take-up apprenticeships as a future
governments reduction in public sector career, and employers to create
funding. more opportunities.
By listening to you, we have been •
Stamford Park is undergoing a
able to prioritise our spending on the multi-million pound refurbishment
services that you feel are the most thanks to lottery money and we
Contents How to pay your bill
Council Tax Business Rates Direct Debit Standing Orders
How to pay your bill 5 Direct Debit is our preferred method of Council Tax or Business Rates
Non-domestic rates 14
collecting your Council Tax or Business payments can be made by standing
Appeals 6 National non-domestic rating 14 Rates. It is cost-effective, efficient order at your bank. See the back of
Discounts 7 multiplier and couldn’t be simpler. Just contact your bill for further details.
Council Tax Benefit and Housing 8 Setting rateable values 14 us with your bank details or print and
Benefit complete a direct debit instruction Payments can also be made
Valuation appeals 14
How we deal with benefit cheats 9 from the Council’s website at www. at:
Rating advisers 14 • The Post Office
Changed your circumstances? 10 Transitional arrangements 15 • t any paypoint or payzone outlet,
Electronic billing 10 How can I reduce my bill? 15 Online Payments using your card or Council Tax or
Getting help to pay your bill 11 You can pay online using your credit/ Business Rates bill
Schedule of payments for 17
debit card through our secure website
How your Council Tax is calculated 11 backdated liability
at: www.tameside.gov.uk/payments Full payment details can be found on the
How your money is spent 12 Other things that will affect your 18
back of your Council Tax or Business
bill Telephone Payments
Payments by debit/credit card can be
How to contact us 19 made on our 24-hour payment line
0161 342 4297.
Does your community You Choose
Spring into action and
give your area a clean
group need money for a project?
Did you know you can apply to the You Choose Fund for money?
Property Bands for example, because you are not the Full Council Tax assumes there are two • people in prison (except those in
owner, or because the property is adults living in the dwelling. If only one prison for non-payment of Council
You may appeal against your property exempt, or you believe that we have adult lives in a dwelling the Council Tax Tax or a fine)
banding where: made a mistake in calculating your bill. will be reduced by 25%.
If you wish to appeal on these grounds • diplomats and members of
• believe that the banding should If a dwelling is no one’s sole or main
you must first notify us in writing so that international organisations
be changed because of an increase or home then the bill will be reduced by
we have the opportunity to reconsider headquartered in the UK, and their
reduction in the value of the property 50%.
the case. Please write to Tameside
due to building work being carried Some people are not counted when
out on the dwelling, i.e. demolition, Revenues Division, Council Offices, For further information visit
Wellington Road, Ashton-under-Lyne, looking at the number of adults resident www.tameside.gov.uk/
extensions or converting the property
OL6 6DL. in a property if they meet certain counciltaxdiscounts.
from houses to flats;
conditions. People eligible for discounts
• adapt part of your dwelling for
You Making an appeal does not allow are: Disability Reduction
business use and it is entered into you to withhold payment of Council If you or someone who lives with you
the Non Domestic Rating list; Tax. Payments should continue to • full-time students, student nurses, (adult or child) has a room or an extra
be made in accordance with the apprentices earning less than £195 bathroom or kitchen, or extra space in
• listing officer has altered a list
instalments shown on your bill. If per week, youth training trainees your property to meet special needs
without a proposal having been your appeal is successful you will be and initial teacher-training trainees arising from a disability, you may be
made by a taxpayer; entitled to a refund of any overpaid entitled to a reduction in your Council
Council Tax. • patients resident in hospital Tax.
Physical changes in the locality
The bill may be reduced to that of a
affecting value; or within 6 months of • people who are being looked after
band immediately below that shown
the following: A band change to your in care homes
on the valuation list. If your home is in
property made by the listing officer;
• people who are severely mentally band A you will already be in the lowest
a band change made to a similar
impaired Council Tax band. However, you may
property to yours has been made by
still qualify for a reduction of 1/9th of the
a tribunal or court; you have become
• people staying in certain hostels or value of band D. Contact us for further
a taxpayer at the property in the last
night shelters advice on 0161 342 2015.
Forms are also available on the Council’s
• 18 to 19-year-olds who are at, or
Reductions or increases in value website www.tameside.gov.uk/
resulting from the general state of have just left, school counciltax/disability
the housing market do not affect the • careworkers earning less than £44 If your bill indicates that a discount,
banding of your property. per week exemption, or disability reduction
has been allowed, you must tell
Your appeal should be sent to the • people caring for someone with Tameside Council within 21 days of
Manchester Valuation Office Agency,
a disability who is not a spouse, any change in circumstances which
Portland Tower, Portland Street,
partner or child under 18 affects your entitlement to this
Manchester, M1 3LD.
discount. If you fail to do so you
• members of visiting forces and may be required to pay a penalty of
Council Tax certain international institutions £70.
You may also appeal if you think that • members of religious communities
you are not liable to pay Council Tax, (monks and nuns)
Council Tax Benefit and Housing Benefit
How we deal with benefit cheats
Am I eligible to claim? If you are not sure whether your income Benefit fraud affects everyone. People information we are given, the more
is low enough for you to be entitled to who make fraudulent benefit claims are likely it is that the investigation will have
You may be able to claim Council Tax
benefits, you should claim anyway. not just cheating the system - they are a successful outcome.
Benefit if your income is low. This can
reduce all or part of your Council Tax Alternatively you can check your cheating the whole community.
The Council will take necessary
bill. entitlement at www.tameside.gov.uk/ The Council has a dedicated benefit
and appropriate action against any
counciltaxbenefit. fraud investigation team, committed
Do I qualify? person who has committed benefit
What other benefits are available? to the prevention, detection and
To work out how much Council Tax fraud, which includes prosecuting
deterrence of false claims. Report
Benefit you are entitled to, we look at There is an alternative to Council Tax anyone that you suspect is committing benefit cheats. In some cases, the
things such as: Benefit called Second Adult Rebate, benefit fraud directly to the benefit fraud Council will take action to remove
which you can claim if someone else team on 0161 342 3191, online at the proceeds of benefit fraud crime
• Your family circumstances lives with you other than your partner, www.tameside.gov.uk/benefitfraud by pursuing a confiscation of assets.
• The money you have coming in is over the age of 18 and on Income or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, call the benefit fraud CONTACT US NOW - all reports
• Any benefits you get
Should you be entitled to Council Tax
hotline freephone on 0800 328 6340 will be treated in the strictest
• Any savings you have Benefit based on your own income and confidence.
All allegations are treated in the strictest
• The amount of your Council Tax bill be entitled to Second Adult Rebate, the
confidence. You do not have to tell us
council will pay the higher of the two Remember, benefit fraud is a crime.
Council Tax Benefit is not only for people your name.
out of work. Many people in work and claims.
Please provide as much information NO IF’S, NO BUTS, THE COUNCIL
especially working families miss out For further information visit
every year so don’t be one of them. and detail as possible, as the more IS TARGETING BENEFIT THIEVES.
To find out if you can claim Council secondadultrebate
We're closing in
Tax Benefit visit our benefits N.B. You do not need to complete
calculator at www.tameside.gov.uk/ a new application if you are already
counciltaxbenefit in receipt of benefit. Your benefit
How do I claim? should automatically be calculated with hundreds of benefit thieves being reported
and shown on your bill. If not,
If you claim Employment Support contact the Benefits Section
Allowance, Income Support or Income- using the details at the back of the
Based Jobseeker’s Allowance, you can booklet.
claim Council Tax Benefit and Housing
Benefit at the same time.
You can complete an application
form electronically by visiting our
counciltaxbenefit If you suspect someone of benefit fraud in your area
When should I claim? Tel: 0161 342 3191 Fraud Hotline: 0800 328 6340
You should claim these benefits as
soon as you think you need to, because www.tameside.gov.uk/benefitfraud
benefits cannot normally be backdated.
Changed your circumstances?
Getting help to pay your bill
Please tell us immediately of any • If you cease to be employed or start
If you find monthly payments difficult, For Help with Money
changes in your circumstances, which work.
you can arrange to pay your bill weekly Problems:
may affect your Council Tax liability.
These are some of the changes that I am moving house Money Information Network Tameside
If you choose this method you will need Tel: 0161 331 2456
should be reported: Please contact the area helpline on
to notify us so that we can amend your www.mintameside.org.uk
0161 342 2015 to provide details
• If you move house. instalment details.
or complete the on-line form at Community Legal Advice
• Someone comes to live with you. If you are experiencing difficulties,
www.tameside.gov.uk/counciltax/ Tel: 0845 345 4345
• Someone leaves your property. please make early contact with us by
• If you feel you should be entitled to a using the contact details at the back of
discount or any of the exemptions. this booklet. We will check that your bill For Help with Housing
is correct, and identify any reductions
Electronic Billing you may be entitled to that you have
not claimed. Housing Options
Tel: 0161 331 2700
The Council is continually aiming to Tax bill by email rather than post, Detailed on the right are other agencies,
improve its services to you. please send your details by email to the which offer free advice if you are
address shown at the top of your bill. experiencing financial difficulties:
Electronic Billing will be introduced
Your email should include the following: Shelter
shortly. This is a more effective and
Tel: 0844 515 1640
efficient way to receive your Council Tax • Your name
bill. • Full postal address
If you would like to receive your Council • Council tax reference
How your Council Tax is calculated
Most dwellings will be subject to Council Tax. There will be one bill per dwelling
Don’t Queue in Line - Go Online whether it is a house, bungalow, flat, maisonette, mobile home or houseboat, and
whether it is owned or rented. The District Valuer has allocated each property to
one of eight valuation bands according to its market value on 1st April 1991.
Property Valuation Band Tameside Mossley
A (Up to and including £40,000) £910.49 £915.33
B (£40,001 - £52,000) £1062.25 £1067.90
C (£52,001 - £68,000) £1213.99 £1220.44
D (£68,001 - £88,000) £1365.74 £1373.00
E (£88,001 - £120,000) £1669.23 £1678.10
F (£120,001 - £160,000) £1972.74 £1983.23
G (£160,001 - £320,000) £2276.23 £2288.33
H (More than £320,000) £2731.48 £2746.00
www.tameside.gov.uk open 24 hours a day This table details the amount of Council Tax payable by band, including Mossley Parish precept.
How your money is spent
Net Expenditure after Income by Service How the Council Tax is made up
Gross Net Gross Net % Net
2010/11 2011/12 Change
Service Expenditure Income Expenditure Expenditure £ £ %
after after /Sources of
Income Income Income Tameside Services 1,168.76 1,168.76 0.00
£000 £000 £000 £000 £000
*Police 144.33 144.33 0.00
104,410 50,689 Services for Children & Young People 76,189 34,998 41,191 13%
*Fire and Civil Defence 52.65 52.65 0.00
133,136 133,136 Dedicated Schools Grant 151,090 151,090 45%
Tameside Band D 1,365.74 1,365.74 0.00
103,754 46,610 Economy & Environment 87,737 43,155 44,582 13%
Mossley Parish Council 7.30 7.26
102,109 68,883 Community Services 91,757 31,301 60,456 18% Mossley Band D 1,373.04 1,373.00
127,530 16,659 Executive & Corporate Services 132,196 121,457 10,739 3%
10,295 10,295 Waste Disposal Levy 11,628 11,628 3%
106 106 Flood Defence Levy 111 111 0% Planned Capital Expenditure 2011/2012 £000
14,561 14,561 Passenger Transport Levy 15,300 15,300 5%
Services for Children & Young People 25,045
595,900 340,939 566,007 230,910 335,097 Economy & Environment 37,637
(133,136) Net Dedicated Schools Grant (151,090) Community Services 2,530
(23,449) Specific Grant (13,794) Corporate / Executive Services 1,642
(2,884) Capital Financing & External Interest (2,369) 66,854
6,364 Additional Growth & Funding 18,153
Reason for the Decrease
How the tax is calculated £000
2010/2011 2011/2012 Amount per
£000 £000 Head 2010/ 2011 Net expenditure 187,834
187,834 185,997 860
Tameside Council net expenditure
25 25 0 Net growth of services 25,401
(4,670) (1,908) (9) Net savings after increased services demand (35,401)
Contributions from balances & reserves
183,189 184,114 851 2011/2012 Net expenditure 184,114
(105,499) Formula grant (106,724) (493)
(400) Surplus on collection fund 0 0 People Employed
(25) Mossley Parish precept levied separately (25) (0) by Tameside Council, Full Time Equivalent Numbers
77,265 77,366 358 Jan 2010 Jan 2011
Add outside bodies Teachers
9,541 Police precept 9,554 44 5,581 5,244
3,481 Fire precept 3,485 16
90,287 Total tax income required 90,405 418 7,256 6,793
66,108.3 Tameside Council Tax Base 66,194.6
£1,365.74 Tameside Council Tax Band D £1,365.74 External Borrowing
3,426.4 Mossley Council Tax Base 3,441.5
At 31st March 2010 the Council had borrowings of £175 million, raised to finance capital
£1,373.04 Mossley Council Tax Band D £1,373.00
Non-Domestic Rates list is available on their website at charge. However, if you do want to be changes to the property after 1 April
www.voa.gov.uk. represented, you should be aware that 2010, transitional arrangements would
Non-domestic rates, or business rates,
members of the Royal Institution of not normally apply to the part of the bill
collected by Councils are the way Your property’s rateable value will be
Chartered Surveyors (RICS – website where there has been any increase in
businesses contribute towards the shown on the front of your bill. The
www.rics.org/uk) and the Institute of rateable value due to those changes
cost of local services. The Government rateable value represents the yearly rent
Revenue’s Rating and Valuation (IRRV –
pools the rates and redistributes them the property could have been let for on Further information about transitional
website www.irrv.org.uk) are qualified
to the local Council according to the the open market on a particular date. arrangements and other reliefs may be
and regulated by rules of professional
number of people living in the borough. For the revaluation that came into effect obtained from the Council’s website at
conduct designed to protect you.
The money, together with revenue from on 1 April 2010, this date was set as www.tameside.gov.uk or the website
council taxpayers, revenue support 1 April 2008. Before you employ a rating adviser, www.businesslink.gov.uk.
grant provided by the Government and you should check that they have the
certain other money, is used to pay for Valuation Appeals knowledge and expertise needed, as How can I reduce my bill?
the services we provide. well as appropriate indemnity insurance.
The Valuation Officer may alter the As well as reducing your property’s
Take great care and, if necessary, seek
rateable value if the circumstances rateable value, you can get other relief
National Non-Domestic have changed. The ratepayer (and
further advice before entering into any
to bring down your bill. These include
Rating Multiplier contract.
certain others who have an interest in the following:
We work out the business rates bill by the property) can also appeal against Further information on the
Empty Property Rating
multiplying the rateable value of the the rateable value shown in the rating reliefs available can be obtained
In general, there will be no business
property by the multiplier or poundage, list if they believe it is wrong. You can from the Council’s website at
rates to pay for the first three months
which the Government sets for the whole get more information on the grounds www.tameside.gov.uk or by
that a property is empty. This is
of England on the 1st of April each year. for making an appeal, and on how to contacting the Business Rates Team on
extended to six months in the case of
There are two multipliers – the standard make an appeal, on the VOA website at 0161 342 2045.
certain industrial properties. After this
non-domestic rating multiplier and the www.voa.gov.uk or by contacting
your local Valuation Office at: Portland
Transitional Arrangements you must pay the full rates unless the
small-business rating multiplier. Government has reduced the empty
Tower, Portland Street, Manchester, M1 Property valuations normally change
The standard multiplier is higher, to rate. In most cases, the empty property
3LD or telephone 03000 503 600. between each revaluation. Transitional
pay for small business rate relief. The rate is zero for properties owned by
arrangements help to phase in the
multipliers change each year in line If you have appealed against your charities or amateur sports clubs.
effects of these changes by limiting the
with inflation and to take account of the rateable value, you must still pay
amount a bill can rise by following a You may not have to pay empty property
cost of Small Business Rate Relief. The the amount on your bill. You cannot
revaluation. rate if you meet certain conditions
current multiplier used will be shown on withhold payment until you get the
(known as exemptions). Please contact
the front of your bill. result of your appeal. However, if your To help pay for the limits on increases
us for full details.
appeal is successful, you can contact in bills after revaluation, there also have
Setting Rateable Values the Business Rates Team on 0161 342 to be limits on reductions in bills. Under If the Government has reduced the
Apart from properties that are exempt 2045 and apply for a refund of overpaid the transition scheme, limits continue to empty property rate for the financial
from business rates, each non- business rates, if appropriate. apply to yearly increases and decreases year, the new rate will be shown on
domestic property has a rateable value, in the following years over a five year life your bill. From 1 April 2011 the empty
Rating Advisers of the scheme until the full bill is payable, rateable value threshold has reduced to
which is set by Valuation Officers from
the Valuation Office Agency (VOA), You do not have to be represented (rateable value times the multiplier). £2,600.
part of HM Revenue and Customs. in discussions about your rateable The scheme applies only to the bill Partly Occupied Properties
The agency draws up and keeps value or your rates bill. You can appeal based on a property’s value at the You are liable for the full non-domestic
a full list of all rateable values. The against the rateable value free of time of revaluation. If there were any rate whether the property is fully or
only partly used. If you only use part of with a rateable value of £6,000 or less Full details on the eligibility criteria and Schedule of payments for
a property for a short time, in certain did not have to pay Business Rates how to apply for this relief are available certain backdated liability
circumstances, we can apply to the with a tapered relief between 100% and by contacting the Business Rates Team
Valuation Office Agency to award a 0% for properties with rateable values on 0161 342 2045 or by visiting the Ratepayers who face certain backdated
temporary reduction for the part that is between £6,001 and £12,000. Council’s website at www.tameside. rates liability may be able to pay
not in use. gov.uk. back that liability for up to 8 years by
From October 2011, the levels of SBRR agreement with their local council.
Small Business Rate Relief (SBRR) will change and this means that rate Charitable Relief and Registered
This relief is only available to ratepayers payers who have a property with a Community Amateur Sports Clubs This may be possible if the backdated
who occupy either: rateable value of £6,000 or less will have Relief liability has arisen as a result of an
to pay 50% of their Business Rates bill, Charities and registered Community alteration to a ratings list as follows:
a) One property, or
with a tapered relief between 50% and Amateur Sports Clubs are entitled • A hereditament/property is shown
b) One main property and other 0% for properties with rateable values to 80% relief where the property is on that list for the first time;
additional properties providing those between £6,001 and £12,000. occupied by the charity or club and
additional properties have a rateable is wholly or mainly used for charitable • Has effect from a day that is at least
We grant your relief as long as your 33 months before the date the
value of less than £2,600. purposes or as a registered Community
circumstances do not change. alteration is made;
Amateur Sports Club.
The rateable value of the property You must tell us about the following
The Council also has the discretion to • Is made on or before 31st March
mentioned in (a), or the aggregated changes in your circumstances:
award further relief on the remaining bill. 2012; and
rateable value of all properties mentioned
in (b), must be under £18,000 outside a) You start to occupy a property you •
Is not the result of a proposal by an
Non-Profit Making Organisation
London on every day for which relief did not occupy at the time of making interested person made under the
is being sought. If the rateable value your application for relief. Non-Domestic Rating (Alteration
The Council has discretion to give relief
increases above those levels, relief will b) There is an increase in the rateable to non-profit making organisations. of Lists and Appeals) (England)
cease from the day of the increase. value of a property you occupy in We will judge each case on its merits Regulations 2005.
If you meet these conditions we will another area. and in accordance with the Council’s To be eligible, ratepayers must have
work out your bill for your single or main You must tell us about these changes qualifying criteria. occupied one or more properties
property using the lower small business within four weeks of the day following Hardship Relief affected by the type of rating list
non-domestic rating multiplier rather the date the changed happened. As The Council has discretion to give relief adjustment above, between the effective
than the ordinary non-domestic rating long as you do this there will be no in special circumstances. Evidence to date of the list alteration and the date
multiplier that is used to calculate the interruption to your entitlement to the substantiate a claim will be required and it was actually made, for 33 months
liability of other businesses. relief. You must make a new application each case will be judged in accordance or more. Ratepayers are not eligible
for relief if you have started to occupy with qualifying criteria. if they were previously liable for rates
Also, if the single or main property is
another property. in respect of a property “preceding”
shown on the rating list with a rateable If you are not getting any of the types the new property assessment (i.e. a
value of up to £12,000, you will receive If you do not take on any more of reliefs mentioned above and think property that forms a part of a new
a percentage reduction in your rates bill properties, you will only have to make you may qualify, simply contact the merged property, or a part of a property
for this property. a claim once, although there are regular Business Rates team. that has been split into two or more new
Due to the financial climate the reviews of all relief granted. properties).
Government changed the level of SBRR To tell us about an increase in rateable With the agreement of the Council,
for a period of 12 months value, you must provide details in eligible ratepayers will be able to
from 1 October 2010 to 30 September writing. discharge any outstanding liability that
2011. From 1 October 2010, properties
How to contact us
accrued between the effective date of If you are moving your business, please Council Tax
the relevant list alteration and the date tell us so that we can change our
the alteration was made over a period records and send an apportioned bill. 0161 342 2015
of up to eight years.
We will need to know the date you are Email: email@example.com
Further details on the criteria and moving, your new address, the date the
the process to obtain a schedule of lease runs out if this applies, the name www.tameside.gov.uk/counciltax
payments are available from the Council. and address of the owner or landlord
of your old property, and the person Business Rates
Other things that will affect moving into it, if you know their name.
your bill 0161 342 2045
What should I do if my
What should I do if I am having circumstances change?
difficulty paying my bill? If you are currently receiving an empty-
We understand that people sometimes rate exemption or charitable relief or
have difficulty paying their bills. Please discretionary relief, you should contact
contact the Business Rates Team as us if any of your circumstances have
soon as possible so that we can agree changed, which may affect your
a payment plan. We will try our best to entitlement.
0161 342 3708
What should I do if I think my bill is www.tameside.gov.uk/benefits
What should I do if I move my incorrect?
business? Please contact the Business Rates
You should tell the Business Rates Team Team and tell us why you think your bill
as soon as possible if any of the details is incorrect. Please quote your billing
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