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What happens if you do not pay

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/council-tax/cant-afford-to-pay-your-council-tax-bill/what-happens-if-you-do-not-pay/

Contents Can’t afford to pay your bill What happens if you do not pay Enforcement agents (‘Bailiffs’) and their fees If you do not pay your Council Tax There are three main steps that happen if you do not pay your Council Tax. Reminder notice Summons letter Liability order and debt recovery Our powers to…

Financial support, advice and guidance

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/benefits/help-with-money/

Information for people needing some help managing their finances. For details of local wellbeing and support services go to Help and support for families this winter. Related content Help and support for families this winter Related websites Help for Households Sector Support NEL Job help campaign Citizens advice Welcome to Age UK NE Lincs

Fraud and corruption

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/your-council/fraud-and-corruption/

Fraud and corruption As with other large organisations, the size and nature of the council’s services puts it at risk to loss due to fraud and corruption both from within the council and outside it. We are committed to making sure that the opportunity for fraud and corruption is reduced to the lowest possible risk….

Benefits data

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/benefits/about-benefits/benefits-data/

Contents To help with the understanding of how Housing Benefit and Council Tax support works and how the service is delivered we publish and update data regularly. Benefit caseloads Housing Benefit and Council Tax support caseload figures. Housing Benefit and Council Tax support spend Amount spent on Housing Benefit and Council Tax support each financial…

Apply for it

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/apply-for-it/

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Benefits and help with money

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/benefits/

Housing Benefit Information about Housing Benefit claims Council Tax support Details of our Council Tax support scheme, previously Council Tax Reduction Universal Credit Find out where you can go to get Universal Credit Extra help with your housing costs (Discretionary Housing Payments) Details of Discretionary Housing Payments Financial support, advice and guidance Useful information if…

Getting started (Pack A)

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/health-wellbeing-and-social-care/childrens-social-care/direct-payments/getting-started/

Contents Direct payments Getting started (Pack A) Service users toolkit (Pack B) Direct payments offer a more flexible way of meeting the assessed support needs and outcomes for your child and your family. They give you the power to choose more innovative ways of achieving your agreed outcomes. The page contains some important information which…

Enforcement agents (‘Bailiffs’) and their fees

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/council-tax/cant-afford-to-pay-your-council-tax-bill/bailiffs-and-their-fees/

Contents Can’t afford to pay your bill What happens if you do not pay Enforcement agents (‘Bailiffs’) and their fees An enforcement agent (‘bailiff’) may visit your home if you do not pay your debts such as Council Tax, business rates and fines. We only use a bailiff when reminders and other warnings have been…

Report it

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/report-it/

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Traffic Regulation Orders

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/streets-travel-and-parking/traffic-and-road-safety/traffic-regulation-orders/

What is a Traffic Regulation Order? Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) are legal documents to allow the police or local authorities to enforce restrictions. They are used to regulate, restrict or prohibit the use often the highway or any part of the highway by vehicular traffic or pedestrians. Examples of TROs include speed limits, weight restrictions, one way…