Discounts and exemptions
Council Tax: Disability reduction scheme
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 2016/17 - a guide to your bill.
You are eligible for this discount if you or someone living in your home is substantially and permanently disabled and one of the following apply. You or they have:
- a room (other than a bathroom, kitchen or toilet) which is used to store medical equipment to meet your needs.
- a second purpose built bathroom or kitchen specifically to meet your needs.
- adapted the property to accommodate a wheelchair indoors.
If any of these apply, the bill for your home will be reduced to the next lowest band. If you are already in the lowest band property (A), your bill will be reduced by one sixth.
We will inspect your property as part of the application process.
How to apply
You can hand in completed forms to any One Stop Shop or post to Liverpool City Council, Revenues and Benefits Service, Cunard Building, Water Street, L3 1AH