This extra help is available to Britons living in municipal tax bands A to D. The government has said this help is available to 80 per cent of households in the UK.
Councils across the UK have until September 30 to distribute the money to eligible households.
However, those in the higher groups who may not have received help may still be able to get help.
People living in homes between municipal tax brackets E to H could get a top-up from the Discretionary Fund.
The government has announced a separate £144million fund which local councils can distribute to vulnerable and low-income households.
There is no timetable for the start of discretionary fund payments, but guidance that has been given to councils has said they will have to spend the money by November 30, 2022 or return it to central government.
How much someone can get depends on where they live.
If anyone thinks they might be eligible it is worth contacting the local council for details.
Brits can use the government locator tool if they don’t know which authority they belong to.
Retirees could benefit from a reduction in the housing tax.
If someone receives the guarantee credit element of the pension credit, they might even be in line for a 100% discount.
Alternatively, people could still get help if they have low income and less than £16,000 in savings.
And a pensioner who lives alone will also be entitled to a 25% reduction.