Changes to Council Tax
From April 2013 discounts and exemptions for empty properties are changing.
Find out if you are affected.
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Changes are being made to the Council Tax exemptions and discounts you may have previously been entitled to.
Information about Council Tax: what it is and how much it is.
Details of financial expenditure for the Council are available to read by selecting on the link below.
Your Council Tax account.and who has to pay Council Tax.
Find out how and where to pay
From 1 April 2013 the current Council Tax Benefit scheme will end. A new local scheme called Council Tax Support (CTS) will replace it.
The discounts and exemptions that may be available to Council Tax payers.
The local authority may give a band reduction in order to recalculate the amount of council tax payable if a permanently disabled person lives in a dwelling
View your account online and sign up for e-billing.
Council Tax Support is a local scheme to help you pay your council tax if you are on benefits or a low income, whether or not you are working. Under the
If you are getting Council Tax Support you must tell us about any changes in your circumstances as this may affect your claim.
You can make an appeal if you are unhappy with a decision we've made about your Council Tax Support claim.
DHP may help to cover the difference between your rent and housing benefit and between your council tax and council tax benefit.
You must tell us about any changes that happen to you or the people living with you as this may affect the benefit you get.