Changes coming to Civil Parking Enforcement

Please don’t make us give you a parking ticket. From 31 January 2020 we will be able to issue fines. Please park legally and considerately.

Changes coming to Civil Parking Enforcement

What is Council Tax Support?

The following are considered to be protected groups within the 2019/20 Council Tax Support scheme, where the following circumstances apply:

  • the applicant or their partner is in receipt of a severe disability premium within the calculation of Council Tax Support or within any means-tested benefit (Housing Benefit, Income Support, Employment and Support Allowance (Income-Related) or Jobseeker’s Allowance (Income-Based) 
  • the applicant, their partner or any dependant is in receipt of an enhanced disability premium within the calculation of Council Tax Support or within any means-tested benefit (Housing Benefit, Income Support, Employment and Support Allowance (Income-Related) or Jobseeker’s Allowance (Income-Based) 
  • the applicant or their partner receives a War Disablement Pension or a War Widow’s/War Widower’s Pension or an Armed Forces Independence Payment (AFIP) or any similar payment from another country
  • the applicant or their partner have moved onto Universal Credit and would have met the qualifying criteria for a severe disability premium
  • the applicant or their partner is in receipt of a support component within the calculation of their Employment and Support Allowance
  • the applicant or their partner is in receipt of the limited capability for work related activity element in their Universal Credit award. 

Last updated: 9.38am on Wednesday 4 September 2019

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