Let us know if someone has moved in or out, and how to report any other change
A change to the people in your home
If there’s been a change in the number of people living in your property, it may affect the amount of Council Tax you pay. You’ll need to tell us if:
- somebody has moved in
- somebody has moved out
- you’re no longer entitled to a discount, exemption or disregard (for example, a child has turned 18)
A change to the property
If there’s been a change to a property, it may affect the amount of Council Tax you pay. You’ll need to tell us if:
- you’ve changed the use of your property. For example, a second home, holiday let, or a property that's been demolished (caravan removed from site)
- probate has been granted
- you’re no longer entitled to a discount, exemption or disregard
- the property is now unoccupied
A change to your bill
Sometimes the Council Tax bill may need to be changed if some of the information isn't correct. This can include reasons such as:
- a spelling mistake
- an incorrect correspondence address
- your address is listed incorrectly
Report a change
To tell us about a change you'll need:
- your Council Tax account number (you can find this on your bill)
- the details of the change
- the date of the change
Change in personal details?
If you've had a name change or a change in your contact details, please let us know using our change in personal details form. We'll pass the details of your change onto any other council departments who need to know.
Report a death
To report that someone has passed away, please visit our register a death page.
Council Tax Support
If you're in receipt of Council Tax Support, and you've had a change of circumstances, it may affect the amount of Council Tax you should be paying. So you’ll need to let us know.
For more information, please see our Council Tax Support change in circumstances page.
What happens next?
Once we've received the details of your change, we'll send you a revised Council Tax bill.