Your full Council Tax bill is based on at least two adults living in a property. If only one adult lives in the property (as their main home), the Council Tax is reduced by 25 per cent. If the dwelling isn't your main home, then a discount may also apply.
Please fill in the form below and email it to us at email@example.com. It will help us decide if you qualify for a single person's discount.
You will need Adobe Reader 7 or above to open this form and type into it. Alternatively, you can print it off and post it back to us at Revenues Service, PO Box 834, Liverpool, L19 2UT.
From 1 April 2013 no reduction is given on second homes.
Unfurnished (exempt for up to two months) followed by zero reduction for up to 2 years. Properties which remain empty and unfurnished for 2 years will be charged an additional 50% Empty Property Premium.
We do not offer a discount to someone who reaches pensionable age.
All working age households in receipt of Council Tax Support are required to pay at least 8.5 per cent of their Council Tax bill. Pension aged customers will not be affected.
Certain people aren't counted when working out the number of adults who live in your home, therefore your bill will be reduced. For example, full time students, student nurses and severely mentally impaired.
Find out more about discounts for people who aren't counted for Council Tax in Council Tax 2014/15 - a guide to your bill.
From 1 April 2013 there is a new discount class for properties that require or are undergoing structural alterations or major repairs. Properties that fall into this class will receive a 20% discount for 12 months.
If there is a room or other extra space in your property that is needed by a disabled occupant, the disabled band reduction scheme may help you to get a reduction in your Council Tax. The reduction works out as being the next level down in the Council Tax band.
Find out more about the disabled band reduction scheme in Council Tax 2014/15 - a guide to your bill.
Some dwellings may be exempt from council tax or exempt for up to six months, depending on the reason they are empty or the special circumstances of the people who live in them.
The types of occupied properties that are exempt and the circumstances of the people who live in them are listed below. Types of empty properties that can be exempted are listed too.
You can also check the details of what sort of properties are exempt in Council Tax 2014/15 - a guide to your bill.
If you think you are eligible for any of the above discounts and exemptions, please contact us.