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CTR are an independent company who specialize in re-banding council tax for residential properties, we have vast experience in reducing monthly council tax bills, council tax review, and obtaining refunds for council tax payers.
Thousands of household in the UK have already been identified as being in the wrong council tax band, these council tax payers have received refunds up to £2465 PLUS INTEREST.
We provide a service to clients who have been refused a re-assessment and review with no explanation why. They have neighbours in the same street with identical houses and similar circumstances who have been successfully re-assessed and who have received substantial refunds.
We have the knowledge and the expertise on how to seek re-assessment if the banding is incorrect. We collate the necessary evidence to prove when banding's are incorrect, this is something the VOA expect people to do, when they do not know how to deal with government agencies or are frightened to do so.
We would add there are strict time limits involved which can lead to claims failing.
CTR have a proven track record of successfully acting for clients, we have the knowledge and expertise that is necessary in seeking redress against these government bodies.
If you want the best chance of re-banding your council tax banding and obtain a full refund for the period of overpayment, then our professional team of advisors are here to help.
CTR acts ethically and in accordance with industry standards, our philosophy is to provide an excellent service for all of our clients.
More than a million householders in England could be paying more council tax than they need to after being placed in the wrong band, it was claimed today.
Consumer campaigner, Martin Lewis, said the bills, which look set to rise by an average of 3.5% this April, were often based on "ad hoc" valuations made by someone driving past the property.
As a result, some homeowners could have been overpaying since the tax was introduced in 1993.
Mr Lewis said: "The amount you pay in council tax depends on which band you are in. In England and Scotland, the bands depend on the 1991 valuation of house price values.
"Yet these didn't involve someone coming to your home - many were 'second gear valuations', so called because estate agents would literally drive past houses and allocate a band.
When homes were valued back in 1991 they were placed in an eight tier system, the bands range from A-H with home owners in band H paying three times as much as a property in band A.
Bands are based on the value of the property as at the 1st April 1991, the bands are as follows;
Band A Up to £40,000 Band B £40,001 - £52,000 Band C £52,001 - £68,000
Band D £68,001 - £88,000 Band E £88,001 - £120,000 Band F £120,001 - £160,001
Band G £160,001 - £320,000 Band H £320,001+
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