Gedling Town Council reveals the £150 tax refund scheme has been extended to those who failed to claim cash using paper vouchers


Gedling Borough Council urges those who have not claimed their £150 tax refund with the help of a good paper not to be missed.

The government granted council tax rebate earlier this year to help with rising household energy costs

The remittances were mainly paid to residents by direct debit – but not everyone could accept payments this way.

The council allowed people to claim money from a post office using a paper voucher, but revealed that not all of these vouchers had been used.

A council spokesman said: ‘We recently launched a scheme for residents who we could not pay their energy bill rebate directly to, where they could apply for the rebate at a local post office before the August 13, using a voucher that had been mailed to them.

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“A small number of them were not claimed before the expiration date.

“The program has now been extended until August 31, 2022 and new invitations are on the way this week for residents who have not used their first voucher.

They added: ‘The new vouchers also include an updated list of IDs that can be used to claim reimbursement, including blue badges and bus passes issued by local authorities.

Find out more about the Energy Bills Rebate

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