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Pay Council Tax online or by other methods, like direct debit to your local council
Check with your council if you're eligible for a discount on your Council Tax
Report a noise problem like loud music, noisy pubs, neighbour's parties or barking dogs to your local council
Arrange a special collection for large waste items - most councils will collect things like old sofas, fridges or washing machines for a fee
How to apply for a housing association home, types of tenancy agreement and the Right to Acquire
You can report an abandoned vehicle like a dumped car to the local council
A contract is an agreement between employee and employer setting out implied and explicit terms and conditions - written statement of particulars, collective agreements
Apply for a place in a nursery school for children under 5 through your local council
Information about Housing Benefit from your local council - apply to help pay your rent
Arrange for the collection of garden waste by your council
Apply to your local council for equipment or help adapting your home if you’re disabled
There is no law for a minimum or maximum temperature, but during working hours the temperature in all workplaces inside buildings must be reasonable
Your council has information on parking permit schemes in your area
Apply to rent a garage from the local council - there may be a waiting list
A dropped kerb allows vehicles to cross the pavement from the road to a driveway - contact your local council to find out how to apply for a dropped kerb
Exchanging your council or housing association property if you want to move house - tenants, rules, permission from landlords, mutual exchange
The police or Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) can give you a caution (warning) or a penalty notice if you commit a minor crime
Explore the local archives to help your research into family and local history at your local council
Rights of employees when accepting conditional and unconditional job offers and about breach of contract
Childcare for your children before and after school - after-school clubs, breakfast clubs, homework clubs, childminders
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