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Includes information about all benefits payable to help people having difficulties paying their housing costs. Covers rent allowances and rent rebates. Such benefits are normally payable by local authorities.

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Housing related benefits

Benefits for help with your housing costs. Includes information on housing benefit, council tax benefit and mortgage payments from income support.

9 Housing benefit

Housing benefit is available to help people who are on benefits or who have low incomes to pay their rent. It is paid by local councils. Explains how to apply for housing benefit and how it is paid.
Provided by Shelter
3 Help with your rent - housing benefit

Information on housing benefit including who can claim, how to claim and how much rent is paid.
Provided by Adviceguide from Citizens Advice
6 Housing benefit

Information about housing benefit, helps people on income support and low income to pay their rent.
Provided by Coventry Law Centre
1 Help with your council tax - council tax benefit

Information on council tax benefit and second adult rebate including who can claim, how to claim, disputes, appeals and backdating.
Provided by Adviceguide from Citizens Advice
5 Council Tax Benefit

Help you can get to pay your Council Tax. Explains who can get it, how to claim and how much you can get. Includes downloadable claim form.
Provided by Department for Work & Pensions - DWP

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