Discretionary housing payments provide extra help if you are already getting Housing Benefit or Universal Credit (including housing costs for rent) but you still need further help with your rental costs.
There are lots of different ways you can pay your Business Rates each month but we recommend you do it via Direct Debit or online.
There are lots of different ways you can pay your Council Tax each month but we recommend you do it via Direct Debit or online.
The council has a duty to publish details of payments to suppliers over £500. We also have a duty to publish spending on corporate credit cards, charge cards and procurement cards.
We want to help Business Rates payers understand the process by which arrears will be recovered and to offer practical advice on what to do at each stage of the recovery process.
Information about Direct Payments, what you can use them for and how you can get them.
Housing Benefit and Council Tax Reduction can help pay your rent and/or Council Tax. Since 11 October 2017 Universal Credit has been rolled out across Doncaster and you may have to claim Universal Credit instead of Housing Benefit for help with your rent. You will still need to make a claim Council Tax Reduction if you receive, or are making a claim for, Universal Credit.
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Since 11 October 2017 Universal Credit has been being rolled out across Doncaster and you may have to claim Universal Credit instead of Housing Benefit for help with your rent. You will still need to make a claim for Council Tax Support if you receive, or are making a claim for, Universal Credit. The amount of Housing Benefit, if you are still eligible to claim, and Council Tax Reduction we will pay you depends on your circumstances.
To request we look for a payment missing from your Business Rates account, after you have checked your account.