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Council Tax

Council Tax funds the services New Forest District Council provides together with those provided by Hampshire County Council, the Local Parish Councils, Hampshire Fire and Rescue Authority and the Hampshire Police Authority. Central Government gives every council a Revenue Support Grant, based on the needs, resources and population of the local area. However, this is never enough to finance all the services. To make up the difference each Billing Authority charges Council Tax.

New Forest District Council will bill and collect Council Tax of over £100million this year from more than 80,000 dwellings.

Changes to unoccupied properties from 1 April 2013

STUDENT REVIEW - review your student reduction online

Review of properties left empty by patients in nursing homes - complete your form online

Budgets and Spending  Pay on-line now (you need to give your council tax number which starts 16....). or  Set up a Direct Debit

Tell us you're moving

Send us your enquiry by email  (other links at bottom of this page)  This is a standard form with limited space

Service Email Addresses (if you want to send a long email to us rather than being restricted to a standard form length)  Select "Tax and Benefits" from the list of service departments

2014/15 council tax - how much, where the money goes

See what percentage we collected in the year it was due

The full year's Council Tax is payable over 10 monthly instalments,  from 1 April to 1 January, due on the 1st of every month (choice of 1st or 15th by Direct Debit).   You can ask to pay the year's council tax by 12 instalments instead of 10.  The 'year' is the period 1 April to 31 March.  If you get your council tax bill part-way through the year, the number of monthly instalments will be less than 10 (or 12) and will depend on how many complete months are remaining in the year.  If you move into (or out of) your home part-way through the year, your council tax will be 'apportioned'  on a daily basis.

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