- Council Tax Reduction Scheme Update
- Council Tax and Council Tax Benefit is changing for you!
- Changes to the shared accommodation rate from 1st January 2012
- Council Tax and Housing Benefits - Take Up Scheme
- Council Tax and Housing Benefits Benefits Calculator
- Council Tax and Housing Benefits - Changes in your circumstances
- Council Tax and Housing Benefits - Contact Information
- Council Tax and Housing Benefits - How it's paid
- Council Tax and Housing Benefits - Online Claim Form
- Council Tax and Housing Benefits - View your claim online
- Council Tax and Housing Benefits - What is it and who can claim?
- Discretionary Housing Payments
- Fraud - Benefit
- Housing Benefits - Local Housing Allowance (LHA)
- Council Tax and Housing Benefits How to Claim
- Rent Restrictions for Council and Housing Association Tenants
- Special education needs - disabled students allowance
- The Housing Benefit Cap
- Uniform Grants
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A wide range of benefits are available to those on low incomes in Flintshire. Information found on these pages will ensure you receive what you are entitled to.
Information in this area
This explains the updated replacement to the Council Tax Benefit Scheme from 1 April 2013
Important Changes to Council Tax and Housing Benefit from April 2013
Important Changes to Council Tax and Housing Benefit from January 2012
The Benefits Department is currently running a Benefit Take-Up Campaign. We hope to raise awareness of Housing Benefit, Council Tax Benefit, and Second Adult Rebate. As part of our campaign, we will try to identify those residents who are not claiming the benefits they are entitled to and to assist them with the claims process.
The Web Benefits Calculator - simply fill out this form for an instant on-line Benefits estimate.
Explains how and why you must notify a change in your Housing and Council Tax Benefit circumstances.
How to contact the Housing & Council Tax Benefits Team.
Council Tax and Housing Benefits How it's paid
Online claim form for Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit
'My Accounts' is a new web based service that will allow you to view details of your Council Tax / Business Rates account or benefit claim online.
Council Tax and Housing Benefits What is it and who can claim
Discretionary Housing Payments (DHPs) are payments that may be made by the Council to people that are receiving Housing Benefit but who may be still in further financial need with their housing costs.
Flintshire County Council is seriously committed to tackling the issue of Benefit Fraud.
How Housing Benefit is calculated for private tenants.
How to make a claim for Housing Benefit & Council Tax Benefit
Important changes to Housing Benefit for Council and Housing Association tenants from 1st April 2013.
Policy Framework for Children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) August 2005
Starting in April 2013, the total amount of Welfare Benefits a working age person can receive will be limited to £350 per week for single people and £500 per week for those with partners or children.
This grant is applicable to pupils whose parents/guardians are in receipt of Income Support, Job Seekers Allowance Income based or Child Tax Credit (without Working Tax Credit) and reside within the County of Flintshire, or for children who are the responsibility of the Authority.