Energy Rebate Scheme
The Discretionary Fund
The government has also provided an additional discretionary fund for certain households who are struggling to pay their fuel bills.
Households are able to apply even if they have already received an Energy Rebate payment.
Does this mean I don’t have to pay my Council Tax bill?
No, you must continue to pay your Council Tax bill by instalments shown on your bill. If you are struggling to pay, please go to our ‘Can’t afford to pay my Council Tax’ page for help and advice.
You can set up or change your Direct Debit using the links below.
What we do with your data?
We need some personal information so we can send accurate bills to customers and collect the right amount taking into account any discounts, reliefs or exemptions which they may be entitled to. We will keep your data in accordance with our Data Retention Policy (available at www.southnorfolkandbroadland.gov.uk). If we hold your email address we may contact you from time to time with respect to electronic billing services.
What are your rights?
What are the consequences of not providing data?
Council Tax and Non-domestic Rates are administered under statutory provisions. If data is not provided we may be unable to send an accurate bill and entitlement to reductions may be lost.
Data is shared within the Council with the Planning Department, Environmental Services team, Economic Development, Emergency Planning, Reception and Payments teams in order to carry out their statutory duty. We will not use your data for marketing purposes unless you consent to it. We do not pass your details on to third parties unless the Council is lawfully able to do so for the prevention and detection of crime and fraud, or for the collection of taxes. Data may also be lawfully shared externally including with Enforcement Agents, Norfolk Trading Standards, Companies assisting in reviewing council tax discounts and Non-domestic Rates reliefs.
Energy Rebate Team
Our team is very busy so please be patient when you call.