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Use the online calculator to check if you are eligible for council tax reduction

If you are a Universal Credit claimant, apply here for Council Tax Reduction. Please note, your Universal Credit claim is not a claim for Council Tax Reduction and it must be claimed separately.

Why not visit our council tax information section to find out more about council tax in Knowsley?

Live alone? Log in to your Online Services account to apply for Sole Occupier Discount or if you do not have an Online Services account, you can apply for a Sole Occupier Discount here.

Need to cancel your single occupancy discount? The person who has moved into your property will need to notify us of this.

Use the online calculator to check if you are eligible for housing benefit

If you are claiming housing benefit, or receive housing costs in Universal Credit and you need more help you can apply for a discretionary housing payment.
It is intended as short term help only, to give you the chance to sort out your debts; negotiate a lower rent with your landlord, or to find a cheaper suitable alternative accommodation.

The quickest way to do this is to register for online services or log into your Online Services account. You must have a council tax account number, or a housing benefit/council tax reduction claim reference number to register your application via our customer portal.

Alternatively, if you cannot register for online services, you can complete the online application here.

Parking permit application request for resident, business or visitor permits.

Groups and organisations working with young people in the borough are invited to apply for a grant of up to £5,000 to support their work.

Once you have identified you need planning permission, you can submit your application online via the National Planning Portal

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