Completion notices - What if a Property is Complete but Unoccupied?

What if a Property is Complete but Unoccupied?

New properties, whether newly constructed or created by conversion, which are unoccupied and substantially unfurnished can receive a 25% discount for 6 months (from the date on which it is considered to be complete).
This discount expires if the property remains empty after 6 months and a full charge then becomes due. If the property is still empty after 2 years a 50% premium is added to the empty charge.

What if I disagree with the Completion Notice?

Information about how to appeal against a completion notice is shown on the 'Appeal Against A Council Tax Decision' page

 

 


Last Updated on Friday, April 12, 2019

What if a Property is Complete but Unoccupied?

New properties, whether newly constructed or created by conversion, which are unoccupied and substantially unfurnished can receive a 25% discount for 6 months (from the date on which it is considered to be complete).
This discount expires if the property remains empty after 6 months and a full charge then becomes due. If the property is still empty after 2 years a 50% premium is added to the empty charge.

What if I disagree with the Completion Notice?

Information about how to appeal against a completion notice is shown on the 'Appeal Against A Council Tax Decision' page


Last Updated on Friday, April 12, 2019

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