Exemptions for Unoccupied Properties

B) unoccupied dwellings owned by charities - up to 6 months only

D) unoccupied because taxpayer is in prison

E) unoccupied because taxpayer has moved to a care home or hospital

F) unoccupied when the owner has died and the property has to be sold to clear the debts of the estate or the deceased did not leave a will. The exemption can apply for up to 6 months after probate or letters of administration have been granted.

G) Occupation is prohibited by law

H) Empty dwelling being held for a Minister of Religion

I) unoccupied by person receiving care

J) Unoccupied by a person providing care elsewhere

K) unoccupied by students

L) repossessed properties

Q) property left empty by a bankrupt

R) unoccupied caravan pitches and boat moorings

T) unoccupied annexes or properties situated within the curtilage of another dwelling

To apply for an exemption, please use our enquiry form.


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