Council Tax Completion Notices
Council Tax legislation states that where a domestic property is considered to be structurally complete or that the work remaining can reasonably be expected to be completed within 3 months, a Completion Notice will be served on the ‘owner’ of the property. The ‘owner’ is the person who is entitled to possession of the property.
In certain circumstances it may be necessary for us to visit your property and in some cases an internal inspection may be required, if this is the case we will contact you to arrange a suitable appointment.
The ‘completion date’ is the date on which the property becomes a dwelling for council tax purposes and it is entered into the Valuation List from that date.
If you wish to discuss the issue of a Completion Notice, please use the Council Tax online enquiry form providing as much information as possible, this must be done without delay. This will not affect the right to appeal to the Valuation Tribunal although any formal appeal must still be raised within the 28 days deadline.
If the ‘owner’ still disagrees with the issue of a Completion Notice, they can appeal to the Valuation Tribunal, an independent body who make rulings on such matters. This must be done within 28 days of the date of the service of the Completion Notice.
The details of the Valuation Tribunal are:
Valuation Tribunal Contact Details
|| 0300 123 2035
||Valuation Tribunal, 3rd Floor, Crossgate House, Wood Street, Doncaster, DN1 3LL
Please note that a Completion Notice cannot be backdated it can only be issued with either immediate effect or state a completion date up to 3 months in advance.
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