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This could cover some or all of the Council Tax bill.
For more information see the related page ' Council Tax Support'.
How to claim this discount or exemption If you would like to claim this discount or exemption, go to the related page 'Students and Council Tax' and download the form from the Documents section there.Employed carers You can get a discount if the carer is: - employed as a carer by an organisation such as Community Service Volunteers,- employed by a public body or by the person he/she is caring for (as long as he or she was introduced to that person by a charity);- living in accommodation provided by the employer so that the care can be given, and- employed to provide care for at least 24 hours a week and paid no more than £44 a week.
Unpaid carers You can get a discount if the carer is: - providing care for at least 35 hours a week on average, andliving with, and caring for, someone who has a disability, who is not their spouse or partner or child under 18, and who is entitled to one of the following benefits: - an attendance allowance - highest or middle rate of the care component of a disability living allowance - an increase in the rate of disablement pension - an increase in a constant attendance allowance How to claim a discount If you would like to claim a discount, download either the Employed carer claim form or the Unpaid carers claim from the Documents section.If someone moves out of their home to live in a residential care home, hospital or certain type of hostel, we may be able to grant a Council Tax discount at their own home address.
If only one adult lives in the household, then you are entitled to a 25% discount.
If you live alone you are entitled to a 25% single person discount.
NB the period of the exemption begins from the date that furniture is removed from the unoccupied property regardless of any changes in liability or ownership.
If two or more adults live in the property besides the mentally-impaired person, a discount will not apply unless one or more of the adults in the property are awarded a different discount. To qualify for a severely mentally impaired discount all of the following points must apply: -Incapacity Benefit -Constant Attendance Allowance -Severe Disablement Allowance -Care component of a Disability Living Allowance, paid at the highest or middle rate -Unemployability Supplement -an increase in the rate of Disablement Pension -Unemployability Allowance -Income Support where applicable amount includes disability premium -the disability element of Working Tax Credit -Attendance Allowance -Employment & Support Allowance Severely mentally-impaired people cannot be held jointly and severally liable with non-impaired people.People who are permanently disabled can qualify for a reduction in their Council Tax if they use a wheelchair indoors or if their home has certain features - see the related page ' Reductions for people with disabilities'.When more than one adult lives in a property there are other discounts which will help you reduce your Council Tax. The types of people who are ‘disregarded’ are: If, after disregarding a person, the number of resident adults is only one, a 25% discount can be given.If your old property is furnished you may be entitled to a 10% second homes discount, until the property is sold or rented out.
A full exemption can be claimed if the executor of the estate is awaiting a grant of confirmation to allow them to take control of the estate.Full-time students living with a partner (who is not a student) are entitled to a 25% student discount.