Council tax discounts and exemptions
If you have lost your job or are on reduced hours, we might be able to help pay your council tax.
If you are the only adult living in your home, you can apply for a 25% discount on your council tax bill.
If you have adapted your home to help a disabled person living there, we might be able to reduce your council tax bill.
Find out if you need to register for your council tax exemption as a full time student.
Find out about the long term empty homes premium charges and getting a property back into use.
If you live in an annexe, you might get a 50% reduction on your council tax bill. Find out how to apply for a reduction.
If you have a severe mental impairment, you do not have to pay council tax and can apply for an exemption.
If you move into a care home, nursing home or hospital then you don't have to pay council tax.
Care workers, home carers and the person they are caring for may be able to pay less council tax.
If you meet the criteria, we might be able to reduce or cancel your council tax bill for the year.
Find out if your charity has to pay council tax or not.
If you're making structural changes or major repairs to your home, you might get council tax exemption for up to a year.
Apprentices and some young people are not counted when considering council tax. See what you need to do.
You can apply for a 25% discount on your council tax if a person living in your home goes to prison or is detained.
Diplomats, members of visiting forces and members of international headquarters can apply for council tax exemption.
Properties owned by the Secretary of State for Defence for UK armed forces accommodation can apply for an exemption.
Find out if you can apply for a 25% discount on your council tax if you are part of a religious community.