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  1. Landlord change of circumstances form

    If you are a landlord please use this form to inform us of any changes in circumstances affecting tenants in your properties.

  2. I have been left a property, what should I do?
  3. Inform council that business is vacated

    If you have left or sold a property please complete this form and return to the Copeland Centre.

     

  4. I am on holiday can I still pay my council tax?
  5. Tenant leaving a business property

    If you are a landlord and you have a tenant that leaves a business property, please use this form to notify the council tax department.

  6. What is council tax band B?
  7. Notify council of a change of address

    Use this form to notify us of a change of address if you are the owner or tenant in a property.

  8. Under lease

    If you are a tenant of a building you may lease part of the building to someone else - this would be an under lease.

  9. Claim small business rate relief

    Form to use to claim small business rate relief.

  10. Council tax and non domestic rates

    Information on council tax and non domestic business rates.

  11. Tenants change of circumstances form

    If you are a tenant, please use this form to inform council tax of a change of address.

  12. Small Business Rate Relief

    You may be entitled to a 50% reduction of your Non Domestic Rate charge if your business occupies a Non Domestic Rated property with a Rateable Value of less than than £6,000.

  13. Council tax reduction scheme

    An overview of the new localised council tax scheme introduced in April 2013.

  14. Charitable relief for business rates

    Registered Charities are eligible for relief from the rates on any non-domestic property that is wholly or mainly used for charitable purposes.

  15. How your council tax is spent

    Your council tax bill helps to pay for all the services delivered by Copeland Borough Council, Cumbria County Council, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cumbria and the parish councils. We receive just 11.9% of your council tax. The biggest proportion, 74.9% goes to Cumbria County Council. This leaflet explains how your council tax is spent by each organisation. 

  16. Other relief for business rates

    Your business rates can be reduced if you qualify for Hardship Relief or have a rural business.

  17. Discretionary rate relief

    This is the form you need to complete and return if you would like to apply for discretionary rate relief on non domestic rates.

  18. How to pay your non domestic (business) rates

    Most people pay their non domestic/ business rates for the year by ten monthly instalments from April to January. You will find these instalments shown on your bill. However if you prefer you can opt to pay the full amount at the start of the year, or by two instalments (April and October).

  19. Derelict or rundown properties

    If you have an empty property or one that is in a poor state -perhaps you have been left one by a deceased relative- you should contact the Council Tax Section as soon as possible. We will arrange an inspection and then be able to advise you whether any discount is available, or whether you should contact the Valuation Office. The Valuation Office has prepared the attached leaflet that explains more about how council tax works in this situation.

  20. Council tax

    Council tax helps to pay for the cost of local services such as bin collections and recycling services, environmental health and planning. If you’re 18 or over and own or rent a home, you’ll usually have to pay council tax

  21. Council tax discounts

    Council tax is worked out on the basis of two adults living at the address. If there is only one adult at the address for the purposes of council tax then you may receive a 25% discount on your bill.

  22. Attachment of Earnings Orders - a guide

    Council Tax Attachment of Earnings Orders – A Guide for Employers

  23. How to pay your council tax

    For our new online council tax services, please click here

    There are many different ways to pay your council tax - online by direct debit, online (If you have been invoiced), by telephone or in person at your local pay point or post office, via a payment card or by using the bar code on your bill.

  24. Council Tax Direct Debit Form

    If you want to pay your council tax by direct debit but do not want to do this online you can complete and return this form.

  25. Council Tax 2016/2017

    Council Tax Information for 2016/17

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