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If you rent from your local council or a housing association, your Housing Benefit might be reduced if you have more bedrooms than the rules say you need. For example, the room might be too small for a single bed, or people might have to go through it to get to another room. The council might take off more or less money if you get other benefits, or if someone you live with could help pay the rent. You usually need to challenge the decision within 1 month after the date they told you they were reducing your Housing Benefit.
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England This advice applies to England: England home Advice can vary depending on where you live. If the bedroom rules apply to you, the council will check: how many bedrooms you have how many people live with you if anyone you live with can share a bedroom Check what counts as a bedroom It's usually up to your landlord to decide how many bedrooms your home has.
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