Council tax rebate is hitting bank accounts in these areas this week

Some residents in areas including Reading, Gloucester and Southend-on-Sea will see the money hit their accounts this week

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A flurry of households across the UK will receive their £150 council tax rebates this week.

Some residents in areas including Reading, Gloucester and Southend-on-Sea will see the money hit their accounts.

The rebate is being paid to help people during the ongoing cost-of-living crisis, as energy bills continue to rise.

Any household in the UK whose property is considered within council tax bands A to D will be entitled to the rebate.

People across the UK have begun receiving their council tax rebates
People across the UK have begun receiving their council tax rebates
Households who fall under tax bands A-D will receive £150
Households who fall under tax bands A-D will receive £150

The money comes directly from your local council, with your property location and how you pay council tax dependant on when you get it.

While some have received their rebate already, residents in other areas are receiving their’s this week.

Residents in Reading who pay their council tax by direct debit are to begin receiving their rebates this week.

While Teignbridge District Council is currently making payments in bathes and is hoping to complete all payments for those who pay their tax via direct debit by the end of May.

High Peak Borough Council began making payments to those who pay council tax by direct debit, adding that they will write to customers who pay by other means about when they should expect the rebate.

Some residents living in Gloucester may have already received their rebate if they had paid the council tax by direct debit on April 1, while those who paid on April 15 will receive the bonus this week.

Staffordshire Moorlands residents who paid via direct debit began to receive their rebates yesterday and those in Rossendale who paid using the same method will begin to see the bonus hit their accounts from Tuesday.

Southend-on-Sea cancelled said it processed the payment to 42,802 households with direct debit, adding that customers should receive the money from today.

Residents in West Berkshire may have also received the bonus, while a further 10,000 residents will get the money this week.