Council Tax

Who to contact
Page updated on 9th October 2017 - next scheduled review: February 9th, 2018

Suffolk Coastal is responsible for collecting Council Tax for the district, although the total amount collected is divided between Suffolk Coastal, Suffolk County Council, Suffolk Police and your town or parish council. The money is used to provide local services such as education, social services, libraries, police, leisure centres, refuse collection and recycling – to name just a few.

Full details can be found on the Suffolk Coastal website. It includes – who has to pay Council Tax; how to pay your Council Tax bill; information about disabled persons reductions and other discounts and exemptions; online forms to make an application or to tell them if you are moving house or about any changes in your circumstances; online account details and your tax bill.

Key links:

  • Full details – can be found on Suffolk Coastals Website.
  • Council Tax Online – You can now register for their Online Service to get access to your Council Tax account online and have your Council Tax bills issued electronically. In addition, you can find out Council Tax bands and current year Council Tax charges for all domestic properties in the district.

 

Benefits

If you are retired, unemployed or on a low income and you live in the Suffolk Coastal District Council area and are struggling to pay your Council Tax or rent you may be entitled to benefits to help you pay them. To find out about this scheme telephone Suffolk Coastal District Council on 01394 444838, e-mail benefits@suffolkcoastal.gov.uk or visit their website.

Up and coming meetings

december, 2017

15dec7:00 pmEvening of ReflectionFriday 15th December

16dec9:00 am- 12:30 pmKesgrave Market