Council Tax - change of address/change of circumstances

You are responsible for providing us with the right information so we can send you the correct bill.

Please ensure you use the correct form:

Moving into Derby

Moving out of Derby 

Moving within Derby 

Landlords/Letting Agents/Housing Associations only 

Change in other circumstances only

(Examples: someone has passed away or you are no longer entitled to a discount) 

Moving into Derby

If you are moving into Derby from another area, please complete:

You will need your:

  • landlord or agent’s details and any joint tenant details if you’re a tenant
  • any joint owner’s details if you’re the owner. 

Moving out of Derby

If you are moving out of Derby to another area, please complete:

You will need your:

  • landlord or agent’s details and any joint tenant details if you've been a tenant
  • any joint owner’s details if you’re selling the property. 

Moving within Derby

If you are moving from one Derby address to another Derby address, please complete:

You will need your:

  • landlord or agent’s details and any joint tenant details if you've been a tenant
  • any joint owner’s details if you’re buying or selling the property. 

Landlords/Letting Agents/Housing Associations only

If you are telling us about a change in tenancy, please complete:

You'll need your:

  • tenants' name
  • tenancy dates
  • moving dates. 

Reporting a change in other circumstances

You are responsible for providing us with the correct information for anyone within your household.

You must tell us about other changes such as:

  • You are no longer responsible for the property
  • You or your partner changes name
  • Anyone who is jointly liable to pay the Council Tax bill moves out
  • Your correspondence address alters
  • You or anyone living with you becomes a student or takes part in a Youth Training Scheme
  • A student in your household ends their course, or if any other disregarded resident in your household has a change of circumstance
  • You no longer qualify for a discount or exemption
  • You or anyone living with you goes into hospital or nursing home on a permanent basis.

What must I do if a Council Tax payer passes away?

We understand that it can be difficult to deal with the many arrangements that are needed when a person dies. However, we do need to know the date of death and what is happening to the deceased person's home.

If you are the executor or administrator of a deceased person's estate, you must also tell us when any of the following happens:

  • probate is granted or you get the letters of administration for the deceased person's estate
  • someone moves into the deceased person's property
  • the tenancy is ended and the property is returned to the landlord
  • the property is sold
  • someone inherits the property
  • you move the furniture out of the property.

If you are telling us about a change of other circumstances, please complete: 

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