Council Tax change of circumstances
You must tell us about any change in your circumstances that may affect your Council Tax so we can make sure your Council Tax is right.
Where the change might affect how much Council Tax you pay, you might pay too much if you don’t tell us immediately. Or you might not pay enough, and have to pay the extra later all in one go.
The law says you must tell us within 21 days of the change. If it’s already been longer than 21 days, you should tell us straightaway.
How to tell the Council Tax team about changes of circumstance
If someone else is helping you sort out your Council Tax, you can give us permission to talk to them by signing our authority to disclose form (PDF, 151KB)
What happens next when you tell us about a change of circumstance
We'll send you a new Council Tax bill confirming the new details. This can take up to 20 working days if we need more information. In certain circumstances it may be necessary for us to visit your property to confirm the information, in some cases an internal inspection may be required, if this is the case we will contact you to arrange a suitable appointment.
Reporting a death
For information about Council Tax when someone dies and how to report a death, see Council Tax when someone dies.
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