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The Chancellor announced £150 Council Tax Rebate was to be paid for those in bands A to D. On top of this discount there will also be a discretionary fund available to support vulnerable people and individuals on low incomes that do not pay Council Tax, or that pay Council Tax for properties in Bands E to H.

Please visit GOV.UK - Check your Council Tax bands to find out your Council Tax band for your home.

You can also visit GOV.UK - Challenging your Council Tax band if you wish to request a review of your Council Tax band. You must explain why you believe your band is incorrect and provide supporting evidence.

We have now identified and paid the £150 rebate payment to most eligible recipients. For more information view our Council Tax rebate for home energy costs page.

For further information on other Government assistance with the cost of living visit GOV.UK - Millions to receive £350 boost to help with rising energy costs.


Paying your Council Tax

Ways you can pay your Council Tax.

Council Tax rates

Information on Council Tax rates and Council Tax bands.

Change of address

Let us know a change of address.

Register for Council Tax

Register yourself for Council Tax.

Register tenants for Council Tax

Landlords or Letting Agents registration form for Tenants for Council Tax.

Council Tax change in circumstances

Let us know a change in your circumstances.

How Council Tax is spent

Information on how Council Tax will be spent in 2022/23.

Difficulties paying your Council Tax

Contact us if you're having difficulties making payments.

Your Council Tax bill explained

Help us to understand your Council Tax bill and what it all means.

View your Council Tax account online

Sign up for an online account to securely view your Council Tax.

Who is responsible for paying Council Tax on a property?

Find out who is responsible for paying Council Tax.

Receive your Council Tax bill by email

Sign up and receive your Council Tax bills straight to your inbox.

Contact Centre appointment

Make an appointment to see a Council advisor at the Contact Centre.

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