People who are not counted for council tax
If you live with someone who isn't counted, it may mean that you can get a Single Person Discount on your bill.
These people are not counted for council tax:
- Students aged 18 or over studying for at least 24 weeks of the year, and at least 21 hours each week on a full-time course at a college or university.
- Students aged 18 or 19 studying for at least 3 months, and at least 12 hours each week on non-advanced courses like A-levels.
- Non-British partners or other dependants of foreign students who are not allowed to work or claim benefits.
Those under 20 who are still at school or have just left school.
Someone for whom Child Benefit is still being paid.
Foreign language assistants.
Long-stay hospital patients are not counted for council tax where they normally live.
- Members of international headquarters and defence organisations and their dependants.
Members of visiting forces and their dependants.
People with diplomatic immunity and privileges.