Band D Equivalent Financial Glossary

What is it? The weighted number of domestic properties subject to Council Tax in a local authoritys area. It is expressed as a proportion to Band D which is the middle property band (e.g. 1 Band H = 2 Band D; 1 1/2 Band A = 1 Band D).

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