How do I find my Council Tax number Cardiff?
You can contact us online about your Council Tax using our contact forms. You can call Connect to Cardiff (C2C) on 029 2087 2087 Monday to Friday – 8.30am to 6pm.
How do I find my Council Tax account number?
You can find your council tax account number in the top right-hand area of the first page of a council tax bill or summons notice. It is the largest number on the page. You can also find it in the council tax part of your My eAccount if you have a council tax account set up with us there.
How do I get in touch with Cardiff Council?
Call us on 029 2087 2087 or 029 2087 2088 (Cymraeg) Visit us in person at one of our Hubs or offices.
How much is Council Tax band E Cardiff?
Do students have to pay council tax?
Your property is ‘exempt’ from council tax if it’s only occupied by full-time university or college students. Student halls of residence are automatically exempt. If your property isn’t exempt, some people, including full-time students, are ‘disregarded’.
How much is council tax in Wales?
Average band D council tax for Wales for 2021-22 is £1,731. This includes £1,403 for county councils, £290 for police and £39 for community councils. Band D figures for billing authorities, including police and community councils, vary from £1,504 in Pembrokeshire to £2,078 in Blaenau Gwent.
What is Connect to Cardiff?
Connect2Cardiff is Cardiff Council’s call centre. The one-stop-shop is the first port of call for any Council related queries including requesting an application form for housing. You can contact Connect2Cardiff by calling 2087 2087.
What county does Cardiff come under?
county of Glamorgan
Cardiff, Welsh Caerdydd, city and capital of Wales. Cardiff exists as both a city and a county within the Welsh unitary authority system of local government. It is located within the historic county of Glamorgan (Morgannwg) on the Bristol Channel at the mouth of the River Taff, about 150 miles (240 km) west of London.
How do they work out council tax?
Council tax bands are calculated using the value of the property you live in as it would have been at a certain point in time. Then, based on the value, the property is placed into a council tax band – each band is charged a different amount of council tax.
What is council tax band E in Wales?
E – £123,001 to £162,000. F – £162,001 to £223,000. G – £223,001 to £324,000. H – £324,001 to £424,000. I – £424,001 and above.
How do I contact Cardiff City Council about my council tax?
You can contact us online about your Council Tax using our contact forms. Please include your Council Tax number when you contact us through our online form. You can call Connect to Cardiff (C2C) on 029 2087 2087 Monday to Friday – 8.30am to 6pm.
Where can I pay my council tax?
You can pay your Council Tax at all post offices (by cash or cheque) and at shops displaying the PayPoint sign (by cash only). You will need a Council Tax payment card. Please call 029 2087 2087 to request one. Bank transfer You can pay your bill straight into the Council’s bank account: Nat West Bank 96 Queen Street, Cardiff, CF10 2GR
How can you share your experience of public services in Cardiff?
Share your experiences of public services in Cardiff. Complete the Ask Cardiff 2021 survey online. You can make a payment online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You will need your invoice number and debit/credit card details to hand.
How do I contact connect to Cardiff (C2C)?
You can call Connect to Cardiff (C2C) on 029 2087 2087 Monday to Friday – 8.30am to 6pm. Please note that the contact centre is closed during UK public holidays. If you call when our contact centre is closed, you will hear a message giving useful information.