Your Council Tax band will determine how much Council Tax you pay and is calculated by the value of your property. If you think your property is in the wrong band you can challenge your Council Tax band.

If you live in a parish council, you may have to pay a parish tax on top of your Council Tax.

You can search your postcode to find out what your property band is.

Find your Council Tax band on GOV.UK

Property bands 

Below is the Council Tax you will pay for properties in Medway that are not in a parish. 

Find out what your Council Tax funds and how much goes to the council, the Police and Crime Commissioner and the Fire and Rescue Service.


Council Tax 2018 to 2019

Council Tax 2019 to 2020

Council Tax 2020 to 2021

Council Tax 2021 to 2022

Band A: up to £40,000





Band B: £40,001 to £52,000 £1,259.17 £1,311.60 £1,364.53 £1,434.56
Band C: £52,001 to £68,000 £1,439.06 £1,498.97 £1,559.47 £1,639.50
Band D: £68,001 to £88,000 £1,618.94 £1,686.34 £1,754.40 £1,844.44
Band E: £88,001
to £120,000
£1,978.71 £2,061.08 £2,144.27 £2,254.32
Band F: £120,001 to £160,000





Band G: £160,001 to £320,000





Band H: £320,001 and above





Bands and charges for parish areas

If you live in one of the following parishes you have to pay an additional parish precept on top of your Council Tax.

You can check how much your Council Tax is if you live in a parish online by selecting your parish area.

Find your parish Council Tax rate