Change in Circumstances for Council Tax

You must tell us straight away about any changes in your circumstances, to avoid paying the wrong amount of Council Tax.

Use the online forms on this page to tell us about any changes in your circumstances that may affect your Council Tax. This includes any of the following examples.

  • You move home or someone you live with moves.
  • There is a change of tenancy for the property you own or manage.
  • You pay your Council Tax by direct debit and have changed your bank account.
  • You get Council Tax Support and your income or capital changes.
  • You get Single Person Discount and another adult moves in or a child reaches the age of 18.
  • Your property is exempt from Council Tax, and the reason for the exemption no longer exists.
  • Your property was empty and has become occupied.
  • You change your name.
  • Someone you live with dies.

This is not a full list, so if you think a change may affect your Council Tax, let us know.

You can tell us about a change using the online form below.

Moving home

If you, or someone you live with, are moving home then you should inform us as soon as possible.

You can tell us about any change of address using the online form below.

Change of tenant

If you are a landlord or agent and have a change in tenants, you should inform us as soon as possible.

You can tell us about any change of tenant using the online form below.

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