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20/11/2017

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  1. Overview
  2. The appeals process
  3. Preparing your appeal
  4. Setting out your argument in writing
  5. Making arrangements for the tribunal
  6. Going to the hearing
  7. Tips for representing yourself
  8. Can I appeal against my Rates relief or housing benefit decision?
  9. Sample letters for requesting evidence
  10. Next steps

  1. Useful contacts
  2. Still looking for help?

Useful contacts

Land and Property Services (NI)

Land and Property Services collect, process and manage land and property information, which underpins the collection of rates, in support of the Executive's commitment to economic and social development in Northern Ireland.

Address - Housing Benefit Central Unit, Queen's Court, 56-66 Queen Street, Belfast, BT1 6FT

Telephone - 0300 200 7802

Appeals Service Northern Ireland

Appeals Service provide administrative support to independent tribunals set up by legislation to hear appeals against decisions made by the decision makers in the Social Security Agency, Child Maintenance and Enforcement Division, Inland Revenue, Northern Ireland Housing Executive, and Rates Collection Agency.

Address - The Appeals Service (NI) PO Box 2202, Belfast, BT1 9YJ

Telephone - 028 9054 4000

Advice Northern Ireland (NI)

Advice NI exists to provide leadership and services to our 62 member organisations and to ensure accessible advice services across Northern Ireland.

Address - 1 Rushfield Avenue, Belfast, BT7 3FP

Telephone - 0808 802 0020/ 0289 064 5919

Free phone for 0800 number
(Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm )

Citizens Advice

Address - 46 Donegall Pass, Belfast, BT7 1BS

Telephone - 028 9023 1120

Within this subject

  1. Overview
  2. The appeals process
  3. Preparing your appeal
  4. Setting out your argument in writing
  5. Making arrangements for the tribunal
  6. Going to the hearing
  7. Tips for representing yourself
  8. Can I appeal against my Rates relief or housing benefit decision?
  9. Sample letters for requesting evidence
  10. Next steps
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