They are noticed of being unfriendly to their subordinates for silly or no reason.
I moved into my property in at the time my son was in secondary school.
My son lived at home whilst in college but when to university in Leeds, some odd miles away from home. Couple of years ago I fell in to arrears with council tax mainly due to illness. I eventually had to stop working and applied for benefits including help with council tax in the process of which I have found out that I only ever received a single person reduction for council tax in the year - Council tax claim they were not aware that my son was away at university and deny having received the official letter provided by University of Leeds confirming my son's status as a student which I sent to them.
Whilst I still have the original letter from the university, it has been a few year now. My son finished university last year, he lived in the halls in his first year but in fact had to apply for student exemption from council tax in both his second and third year when he rented privately.
My question is how do I write to council tax to review. I informed them my son was staying on in education when he turned 18, why would they have only applied the discount for one year and not the following years.
Do you have a template which I can adapt to send to the council regarding this matter please? Any assistance would be appreciated and thanks for your time either way. Many thanks, Kat K - Aug 2: Me and my wife have been bidding for house in the last 10 year.
The council has given us priority in a five to six bedroom house since we are all ten the eldest of my children being 20 year while the youngest being 2 years.
But unfortunately there has been none in the last three years dispite bidding all these years. We've requested the council to consider for a four bedroom but they still insist that we must bid for a five bedroom house that are none-existing.
We have requested them to assist us in getting these property from private landlords but they are reluactant since they do not want to pay for large deposits. The condition has completely affected my children accademically and healthwise while we are left with lots of stress.
There is no enough room to manouver especially my children. The only place I feel relaxed is when am at work and when we are all outside these property. I have raised this matter a numer of time to our MP and Councillor but they have done nothing since they all belong to the same party.
We are so distressfuly and feel we have been abandoned by the council. What affects us most is the fact that I have lived in the borough for more than a quarter century and it just seems we have to be know known to get proper housing and not as our right.How to write an effective complaint letter.
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