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Erewash Borough Council is working to help residents who are struggling financially due to the Coronavirus lockdown and may have difficulty meeting instalments. The Council will not be taking recovery action against residents who are struggling to pay their Council Tax. Furthermore, the Council can assure those residents who cannot make their usual payments due to the closure of the Council’s receptions that they will not be pursued for any consequent arrears during this period. Vulnerable taxpayers may be able to get a reduction to the payment or be able to delay instalments.The Council operates a Council Tax Support Scheme (CTS) which helps households of working age with low income, whether in work, unemployed or retired. Eligible...

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Erewash Borough Council will confirm details of how new business rates support grants will be provided within the coming days. The government announced that it was providing extra support for business ratepayers and local authorities have been...

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The public consultation on proposals to develop housing on several sites in Erewash has been extended to ensure residents have plenty of opportunity to give their views in these difficult times. The consultation had been due to close on 20 April...

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Erewash Borough Council has suspended all parking charges in its car parks with immediate effect. Parking is now free for everyone and the move is aimed at helping and showing appreciation for key workers such as NHS health workers, social care...

Erewash Borough Council

Erewash Borough Council, Town Hall, Wharncliffe Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, DE7 5RP
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