Council Tax – Landlord Connect

From 1st April 2020, all Landlord correspondence for Housing Benefits will be sent via a CONNECT  account and a notification will be sent by email. Moving to faster, more economic and greener communications helps everyone: landlords are notified...

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Council Tax Support

Hyndburn’s Council Tax Support Scheme Council Tax Benefit was abolished in April 2013 and replaced with a local scheme known as Council Tax Support. Council Tax Support is similar to the old Council Tax Benefit scheme, however the main...

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Business Rates

National Non Domestic Rates (NNDR), also known as business rates are charged on non-domestic or commercial properties and help fund local services. Commercial properties are given a rateable value by the Valuation Office Agency. This rateable...

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Council Tax

Council Tax is a national system of paying a tax towards local services.  It was introduced in 1993 and is collected in Hyndburn by us as a billing authority. We collect Council Tax on behalf of Lancashire County Council, Lancashire Fire and...

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What is Council Tax Support?

Council Tax Support was introduced in April 2013 as a local replacement of the national Council Tax Benefit scheme. From April 2017, all working age claimants of Council Tax Support will pay a minimum of 30% of their Council Tax liability...

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Council Tax Bands – April 1991

Band Price Range – April 1991     Band  Value of the property  A  Up to £40,000  B  £40,001 – £52,000  C  £52,001 – £68,000  D  £68,001 – £88,000  E  £88,001 – £120,000  F  £120,001 – £160,000  G  £160,001...

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Overview of Council Tax Rates

Council Tax Rates for 2016/2017 Council Tax rates for Hyndburn residents were set at a Full Council Meeting on Wednesday 26 February 2016.    Band  Standard Charge  Altham Parish  A  £1,088.74  £1,114.25  B  £1,270.18  £1,299.95  C...

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Council Tax Reform April 2013

From April 2013, Council Tax Discounts for empty properties and second homes are changing. The Local Government Finance Act 2012 has granted local authorities greater flexibilities for certain Council Tax discounts and The Council is using this...

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