People who are self-employed and who live and pay council tax in Ealing can defer council tax payment by up to six months. Residents will be asked to provide evidence to show that they are self employed. Customers can do this by registering for an online account and completing a ‘general enquiry form’ or by calling the council’s contact centre on tel: 020 8825 7050.
Council Tax deferral and preferential payment terms
The council is also offering support to residents to pay their bills in a flexible way with preferential payment terms. Please contact the council’s council tax team on tel: 020 8825 7050 to discuss the options available.
Voluntary and community sector
We are sorry that the emergency fund grant for voluntary and key service provider organisation scheme is now closed. If you have a question about your application or funding, email email@example.com.
Grant funding is available for voluntary and charity organisations delivering food provision to people vulnerable to COVID-19. Organisations eligible for funding will be contacted directly. Residents requiring food assistance can contact Ealing Together for support.
Emergency funding has been made available for providers of childcare including nursery schools. Funding for this grant will be applied automatically. If it is not shown on your bill, but you believe you should be eligible, please contact the business rates team at firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 020 8825 7020
- Continuing to pay existing essential service providers regardless of their ability to deliver the full range of services expected in normal operating circumstances
- Offering preferential payment terms to pay existing providers and suppliers on zero day terms, or in exceptional cases, up to 12 weeks in advance.
- Offering support to businesses to pay their bills in a flexible way with payment deferral options.
Business Rates Grant Funding
Businesses can also visit the business rates pages to find out about the grant funding available from the government.