No, if you stop paying, we are obliged to commence recovery action against you. Your liability to pay Council Tax is not affected by provision of local authority services.
You should contact the local authority responsible for providing the service and say why you are unhappy. You can pursue the matter through the Council’s complaints procedure if necessary, and ultimately involve your local Councillor and/or the Ombudsman as appropriate.
- Council Tax forms index
This page contains links to online application forms which can be submitted online and forms that can be downloaded, completed and submitted by post.
- Discretionary Council Tax Support
This page provides information about discretionary support that can be claimed to help people pay their Council Tax. The funding for this support is provided jointly by the County Council, Fire, Police and Oadby and Wigston Borough Council.
- Single Person Discount Review
Use this form to respond to your Single Person Discount Review letter.
- How to Pay Your Council Tax
Information on how to pay your Council Tax
- Council Tax Appeals
This page gives information about appeals to Council regarding Council Tax decisions
- Advice if your Council Tax is in arrears
This page contains advice if your Council Tax is in arrears and covers the Council Tax bill, reminder and final notices, summons, court hearing and subsequent enforcement actions.
- Council Tax Bands and Charges
This is a list of the current charges for Council Tax by band for the Oadby and Wigston Borough Council Area. If you need to find out what Council band your property is please go the the valuation Office Agency website.
- Council Tax Exemptions
This is a comprehensive list of all exemptions and their relevance. There are Unoccupied and Occupied exemptions and there are certain conditions that need to be met before an exemption can be granted, please see list.
- Council Tax Disabled Person's Reduction
Information regarding Council Tax reductions available for people with disabilities with useful links to documents and websites.
- Council Tax
Council Tax brief introduction