Valid until 12.07.2032
|Proprty Type:||Semi-detached house||Flat Top Storey:||No|
|Top Storey:||0||Previous Extension:||0|
|Open Fireplace:||0||Walls:||Solid brick as built no insulation (assumed)|
|Walls Energy:||Very poor||Roof:||Pitched insulated at rafters|
|Roof Energy:||Very poor||Main Heating:||Boiler and radiators mains gas|
|Main Heating Controls:||Time and temperature zone control||Hot Water System:||From main system|
|Hot Water Energy Efficiency:||Good||Lighting:||Low energy lighting in 27% of fixed outlets|
|Floors:||Suspended no insulation (assumed)||Total Floor Area:||105 m2|
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Council Tax pays for multiple services in the property's local authority with only part of it going to the council itself. Residences within a Parish or Town Council area have an additional charge to fund the body. Each parish/town council has a different budget and imposes different fees. Not all councils have parishes/town councils and this varies across the country.
In instances where parish/town councils do affect the council tax value and we do not have the exact figure, we present council tax data with the below highlights. Take care to confirm which is being presented by the dashboard as this will need to be made clear to your clients:
avg - When we indicate the Council Tax price is 'avg', it means we have not been able to obtain an exact figure, so this number represents the mean value of Council Tax across the council for that property band. The exact figure will be slightly higher or lower because each parish/town council is priced differently.
min - When we indicate the Council Tax is a 'min', it represents the known amount that the council sets for itself, but excludes the parish/town council cost which we have not been able to obtain. The additional cost will need to be considered as it will be greater than the indicated price.