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Council tax league table

1999/2000

Year beginning April : 1991 - 1999 - 2000 - 2001 - 2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 - 2008 - 2009 - 2010 - 2011 - 2012 - 2013 - 2014 - 2015 - 2016 - 2017

Inner London boroughs in blue

The figures shown here were gathered from various sources. 1999 to 2010 were all sourced from GLA data. 2011 to 2017 are from borough websites except that 2013 figures are from a mixture of the two. Where more than one source was available the figures sometimes varied, usually by only a few pennies but occasionally by as much as £10. The GLA was unable to account for the discrepancies although they acknowledged them.
Tax rates should be based on Band D. Band A is six ninths of Band D with C and D seven and eight ninths, Band E is eleven ninths, then F. G and H are thirteen, fifteen and eighteen ninths. It is assumed that government and GLA datasets were calculated from Band D but with varying degrees of success.
1991 is from Whittaker’s Almanac.

London Borough Band A Band B Band C Band D Band E Band F Band G Band H
Westminster £233.43 £272.34 £311.24 £350.15 £427.96 £505.77 £583.58 £700.30
Wandsworth £248.92 £290.41 £331.89 £373.38 £456.35 £539.33 £622.30 £746.76
Kensington & Chelsea £387.15 £451.67 £516.20 £580.72 £798.77 £838.82 £967.87 £1161.44
Lambeth £428.00 £499.33 £570.67 £642.00 £784.67 £927.33 £1070.00 £1284.00
Bromley £446.64 £521.08 £595.52 £669.96 £818.84 £967.72 £1116.60 £1339.92
Tower Hamlets £449.35 £524.24 £599.13 £674.02 £823.80 £973.58 £1123.37 £1348.04
Brent £452.31 £527.69 £603.08 £678.46 £829.23 £980.00 £1130.77 £1356.92
Ealing £468.93 £547.09 £625.24 £703.40 £859.71 £1016.02 £1172.33 £1406.80
Newham £469.62 £547.89 £626.16 £704.43 £860.97 £1017.51 £1174.05 £1408.86
Lewisham £485.25 £566.12 £647.00 £727.87 £889.62 £1051.37 £1213.12 £1455.74
Enfield £488.41 £569.81 £651.21 £732.61 £895.41 £1058.21 £1221.02 £1465.22
Barking and Dagenham £492.00 £574.00 £656.00 £738.00 £902.00 £1066.00 £1230.00 £1476.00
Sutton £499.08 £582.26 £665.44 £748.62 £914.98 £1081.34 £1247.70 £1497.24
Redbridge £500.00 £583.33 £666.67 £750.00 £916.67 £1083.33 £1250.00 £1500.00
Bexley £500.12 £583.47 £666.83 £750.18 £916.89 £1083.59 £1250.30 £1500.36
Croydon £505.59 £589.86 £674.12 £758.39 £926.92 £1095.45 £1263.98 £1516.78
Barnet £507.23 £591.77 £676.31 £760.85 £929.93 £1099.01 £1268.08 £1521.70
Hillingdon £509.11 £593.96 £678.81 £763.66 £933.36 £1103.06 £1272.77 £1527.77
Merton £524.37 £611.76 £699.16 £786.55 £961.34 £1136.13 £1310.92 £1573.10
Harrow £525.02 £612.52 £700.03 £787.53 £962.54 £1137.54 £1312.55 £1575.06
Hackney £526.40 £614.13 £701.87 £789.60 £965.07 £1140.53 £1316.00 £1579.20
Havering £526.67 £614.44 £702.22 £790.00 £965.56 £1141.11 £1316.67 £1580.00
Kingston upon Thames £529.31 £617.52 £705.74 £793.96 £970.40 £1146.83 £1323.27 £1587.92
Hounslow £530.29 £618.67 £707.05 £795.43 £972.19 £1148.95 £1325.72 £1590.86
Southwark £539.07 £628.91 £718.76 £808.60 £988.29 £1167.98 £1347.67 £1617.20
Hammersmith & Fulham £551.35 £643.24 £735.13 £827.02 £1010.80 £1194.58 £1378.37 £1654.04
Richmond upon Thames £556.29 £649.01 £741.72 £834.44 £1019.87 £1205.30 £1390.73 £1668.88
Waltham Forest £560.19 £653.56 £746.92 £840.29 £1027.02 £1213.75 £1400.48 £1680.58
Greenwich £588.90 £687.05 £785.20 £883.35 £1079.65 £1275.95 £1472.25 £1766.70
Camden £597.81 £697.44 £797.08 £896.71 £1095.98 £1295.25 £1494.52 £1793.42
Haringey £598.67 £698.44 £798.22 £898.00 £1097.56 £1297.11 £1496.67 £1796.00
Islington £608.00 £709.33 £810.67 £912.00 £1114.67 £1317.33 £1520.00 £1824.00

Year beginning April : 1991 - 1999 - 2000 - 2001 - 2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 - 2008 - 2009 - 2010 - 2011 - 2012 - 2013 - 2014 - 2015 - 2016 - 2017

Inner London boroughs in blue

The figures shown here were gathered from various sources. 1999 to 2010 were all sourced from GLA data. 2011 to 2017 are from borough websites except that 2013 figures are from a mixture of the two. Where more than one source was available the figures sometimes varied, usually by only a few pennies but occasionally by as much as £10. The GLA was unable to account for the discrepancies although they acknowledged them.
Tax rates should be based on Band D. Band A is six ninths of Band D with C and D seven and eight ninths, Band E is eleven ninths, then F. G and H are thirteen, fifteen and eighteen ninths. It is assumed that government and GLA datasets were calculated from Band D but with varying degrees of success.
1991 is from Whittaker’s Almanac.

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