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What is regarded as severe mental impairment for Council Tax reduction?

shnwttn Community member Posts: 21 Connected
As above I’m enquiring as to what is regarded as a severe mental impairment for receiving Council Tax reductions?

I have looked for clarification online but it just states dementia, alzheimer's, stroke and other mental health illnesses. The latter isn’t of much help as this could be a plethora of illnesses.

Thanks in advance.



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