17 October 2022 – The Chancellor announced that the energy price guarantee detailed in September’s mini budget will now only be in place until April 2023. HM Treasury will lead a review which will look at how to support energy bills after April 2023.
Information about the Energy Bills Support Scheme can be found at:- Energy bills support factsheet: 8 September 2022 - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
The Royal British Legion, the UK's largest charity dedicated to supporting the Armed Forces community, has launched a new grant scheme for veterans and their families who are struggling to pay their energy bills. The initiative will provide non-repayable emergency grants of up to £2,400 a year (£200 a month), and is available across the UK.
For more information about the scheme please click the following link:Cost of Living Grants (britishlegion.org.uk)
For enquiries regarding the Council tax energy rebate please visit Council Tax pages.
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