Residents who are members of Religious Bodies and certain International Organisations can be disregarded for Council Tax, or if the property is their main residence in the United Kingdom, it could be exempt.
If you think you may be entitled to a discount, you should contact the Revenues Team on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 03450 450 064.
Certain foreign diplomats, members of visiting forces and NATO representatives (and their dependants) can be disregarded for Council Tax.
If any of these are the liable person of their main residence, it can be exempt from Council Tax.
(For example, if they rent or own their own property, they it might be exempt from Council Tax. If they are a lodger in a larger household and live with the owner, they might be disregarded so the owner gets a discount).
Ministry of Defence properties which are owned by the Secretary of State and used for the purposes of Armed Forces accommodation are exempt from Council Tax.
They do however pay a Contribution in Lieu which is equivalent to the Council Tax they would be charged.
You will need to continue to pay your council tax as per your instalments until a discount or exemption is granted.
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