Yes, a disregard may be awarded.
The full council tax charge is payable on a property when it is the main residence of two or more people aged 18 years or over, however, council tax does not apply to some people (they are 'disregarded') if they meet certain conditions.
When counting the number of adults in a property, some people can be disregarded if they meet certain conditions.
The reduction applied depends on the number of people aged 18 years or over who can be disregarded. It can be up to 50 per cent of the full amount.
Types of 'disregard'
Disregards may apply if you have anyone who lives in your household who is:
Disregards can also be considered for anyone who lives in your household who is:
If there is not an online form available above for the disregard you wish to apply for, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A full list of council tax disregards is available in the guide below:
Council tax disregard guide (pdf 73kb)