Council Tax is an annual charge made on residents to pay for services provided in their area.
Council Taxpayers can view their Council Tax account online, look up the amount of their next installment and opt to recieve their bills electronically by registering for a portal account.
As well as collecting Council Tax for the services it provides, Havant Borough Council also collects Council Tax on behalf of other local authorities in the area including Hampshire Constabulary and Hampshire County Council who set their own levels of Council Tax.
Council Tax rates for Havant Borough for the financial year 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019 are shown by valuation band below.
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There are a number of ways to pay your Council Tax, including direct debit, online, by post, by debit or credit card at the Civic Offices or PayPoint at post offices and retail outlets.
Where does my Council Tax go?
The majority of your council tax goes to Hampshire County Council.
A proportion of your council tax also goes to Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service and the Police and Crime Commissioner.