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Welcome to Selby DIAL News Pages.  You will find various articles here to keep you informed on what is happening in the local community as well as the goings on at DIAL.  We hope you enjoy the information here, but don’t forget to check out our Noticeboard Page before you go!

From 1 April there are new rules for Housing Benefit for working age people living in homes owned by the Council or a housing association. Housing Benefit will no longer pay for bedrooms that are not used. This is known as 'under-occupying'. Visit www.selby.gov.uk for more information if this is likely to affect you.

 

Council Tax Support replaces Council Tax Benefit. This change affects any working age person who claims this support. Pensioners are protected and will see no change. All working age people will have the amount they receive restricted. If this affects you, you will have to pay the first 8.5% of your Council Tax bill. That means, for some, you will be expected to pay some Council Tax for the first time.


Again, there is more information on the Selby Council website at www.selby.gov.uk

Changes to Housing 
and Council Tax Benefits
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