Over the years, Compare My Move have helped thousands of people move in and out of Brighton and Hove, saving time and money when it is needed most. With this is mind, we’ve put together a quick and simple list to ensure you forget nothing when you’re moving into, out of, and around Brighton and Hove.
These are little admin tasks which turn into a hassle if you forget to do them. So, with a wealth of important information gleaned from the Brighton and Hove Council , we have you covered.
After all this administration comes the main task of decluttering, packing boxes and moving to your new house, so lets get into it.
Whether you’re moving into, out of, or within Brighton and Hove, you’ll need to let the council tax team of your plans.
You will need your Council Tax Number to do this which you can find on any of your council tax bills. The number will start with a 1 or a 2 and will be 10 digits long.
If you’re moving into the Brighton and Hove from outside the area, you can find the necessary information and form here.
If you’re moving out of the area, you still need to contact the council. You can do this by filling in the form found here.
Finally, even if you’re moving within Brighton and Hove and moving across the city, you’ll need to let the council know here as your tax band is likely to change.
Finally, to get an idea of the general costs of the different tax bands within the area, find the table below. Keep in mind that there are separate council tax costs for the areas of Rottingdean Parish, Hanover Crescent, Marine Square and Royal Crescent. So if you’re living in these areas, it’s likely you’ll end up paying more council tax than the rest of the city.
For absolutely everything you could ever want to know about council tax, read our council tax guide here!
With Brighton and Hove being as busy and as popular as it is, the resident parking scheme throughout the area is of vital importance for an easy living experience. Let's have a look at what you need to do if you're moving out of or around the area, to ensure your resident parking permit doesn't cause you hassle after you move.
If you are moving out of Brighton, then you MUST ensure you inform the council and give up your resident parking permit. You are not to keep the permit and park in that zone after you have moved.
All you need to do is:
If you are moving within Brighton and Hove, you still need to refer to the Brighton and Hove Council regarding parking permits.
Even if you are moving within the same parking zone, you need to:
We hope you leave this article feeling well informed about the extra little bits of admin that might escape your plans for moving day. Being in the know is important ahead of your big move, so we think you might be interested in some insider tips on buying and renting in the Brighton and Hove area.
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Last updated on Monday 20th November 2017