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Localising Support for Council Tax : Vulnerable people - key local authority duties and Taking work incentives into account

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Localising Support for Council Tax Vulnerable people - key local authority duties<



Published 21 May 2012
Type(s) Legislation and policy, Good practice and guidance
Site Local government
ISBN 9781409835011
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Summary

Localising Council Tax Support is part of a wider set of reforms to the welfare system. Councils will design local council tax reduction schemes for working-age applicants that will also support the wider objectives of welfare reform. This guidance aims to help practitioners understand the statutory framework and develop approaches tailored to the needs of their particular communities.

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Localising Support for Council Tax - Taking work incentives into account<



Published 21 May 2012
Type(s) Legislation and policy, Good practice and guidance
Site Local government
ISBN 9781409835004
Price Free

Summary

Localising Council Tax Support is part of a wider set of reforms to the welfare system. Councils will design local council tax reduction schemes for working-age applicants that will also support the wider objectives of welfare reform. This guidance sets out the key considerations for councils when designing their local scheme.

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