Council tax

Council tax is one way in which council's raise money to pay for the services it provides. It is not a direct payment for services and is therefore payable whether or not those services are actually used by a citizen.

It is a property tax with a personal element - that is, it takes into account the value of a property and the number of eligible people aged 18 or over who live there.

Council tax - property bands and charges >>

Find out how much council tax you will need to pay for your property.

Council tax - how is it spent? >>

During the last financial year the council spent over £316 million providing a range of key services. Find out where this money came from and how it was spent.

Council tax - paying your bill >>

How to pay your council tax bill including paying by direct debit and on-line.

Council tax bill explanatory information >>

Explanatory information about council tax and financial information from both the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent and Caerphilly CBC.

Council tax - who pays the bill? >>

Find out who is liable to pay the bill and what happens if they don't pay.

Council tax - discounts and exemptions >>

Find out if your property is exempt from council tax or if you qualify for a discount from your council tax bill.

Council tax - reducing your bill >>

Council Tax Reduction provides help with your bill if you are on a low income.

Council tax - moving home >>

If you are moving home within or out of Caerphilly county borough you can report this to us online.

Council tax - single persons discount >>

How to apply for a discount if you are a single person.

Council tax - appeals >>

What you are able to appeal against and how to go about it.

Who to contact

  • Council Tax
  • Penallta House
  • Tredomen Park
  • Ystrad Mynach
  • Hengoed
  • CF82 7PG
  • Tel: 01443 863002
  • Fax: 01443 864087
  • Email Council Tax

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