Discussing Your Claim
- Security of your private data
Any information you give us is treated as confidential and will not normally be discussed with anyone other than you without your permission.
- Sharing information with your landlord
We would only share information with your landlord if you have agreed that your Housing Benefit can be paid to them directly, but we still have to comply with the Data Protection Act. Here's how we do it.
- Sharing information with appointees
If you need someone else to make your claim for you, here's what to do.
- Sharing information with family or representatives
Information can be given to someone who is acting on your behalf, including family members - but only with your consent.
- General Information
- Local Housing Allowance (LHA)
- Benefit Fraud
- How to make a claim
- Changes to an ongoing claim
- Overpayment of Benefit
- Self-employed and students
- Discretionary Housing Payments (DHP)
- Discussing Your Claim
- Disputes & Appeals
- Deliberate debtors can expect a visit from a bailiff - 11 November 2010
- Conviction for benefit fraud - 17 June 2010
- Prison sentence for benefits fraudster - 28 May 2010
- Bailiff visits for persistent debtors - 05 February 2010
- Oneplace survey “does not reflect real life in North Norfolk” - 09 December 2009