How do I contact Haringey council tax?

Below are the numbers for the main council services:

  1. Adult social care: 020 8489 0000.
  2. Building Control: 020 8489 5504.
  3. Children’s social care: 020 8489 0000.
  4. Council Tax: 020 8489 1000.
  5. Council tenants: 020 8489 5611.
  6. Environmental Services and Community Safety: 020 8489 1000.
  7. Housing Advice: 020 8489 1000.

How do I email Haringey Council?

For queries about estate services please email: [email protected] or call our customer services team on 020 8489 5611.

What band Council Tax is Haringey?

Bands and charges for 2022-2023

Valuation Band Value of property in April 1991 Haringey
A £40,000 or less £869.93
B £40,001 to £52,000 £1,014.92
C £52,001 to £68,000 £1,159.91
D £68,001 to £88,000 £1,304.90

Why does my Council Tax have a balance?

Your Council Tax bill will show a balance brought forward if our records show that there was any unpaid Council Tax at the end of the last financial year (31 March 2022). If you are looking at your annual bill (dated March 22), it will show in the method of payment area at the bottom of the bill.

Is Haringey customer service open?

Our Customer Services centres at Marcus Garvey and Wood Green libraries remain open, with opening hours of 10am – 4pm, Monday to Friday. If you would like to make an appointment, please call 0208 489 2280.

Is Haringey Civic Centre open?

Please note that both centres are currently open, but are offering a limited emergency service only.

What does a minus balance on Council Tax mean?

This is the reason that the bill has been sent out to you. 10. This details how your Council Tax charge is affected by any discounts that are applied to your account. Any figure with a minus in front of it is taken off your total charge and any figure without a minus is added on to your total charge.

How do I contact Haringey by email?

How do I contact Haringey parking?

For more information, please call Customer Services on Tel 020 8489 1000.

What happens if you don’t pay taxes on time?

The charges accrue at a rate of 5% of the unpaid taxes for each month or part of a month that a tax return is late. The charges max out after five months, at which point the failure-to-file penalty is 25% of the unpaid tax liability. As you can see, filing late does not pay off, with or without an extension.

Which borough has highest council tax in London?

Kingston upon Thames already has the highest council tax rate in London, at an eye-watering £2,057 a year for the average Band D property.

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