Those living close to the stricken Grenfell Tower are to have their council tax suspended.
Kensington and Chelsea Council has announced the tax amnesty for those who experienced major disruption following the tragedy.
Council tax payers living in Testerton Walk, Barandon Walk and Hurstway Walk will have their payments suspended from June 14 2017 - the date of the devastating fire - until January 28 2018.
The local authority will also write off arrears for all current council tax payers.
Letters have been sent to all the affected residents with detailed instructions offering advice on standing orders, direct debits and overpayments.
Council leader Elizabeth Campbell said: “We are gradually introducing measures to ease the severe disruption and worry experienced by local residents following the fire.
“Many in our community have been affected and the least we can do is offer some recompense for the disruption to their lives.”
Support services to local residents continue and details can be found on the Kensington and Chelsea website.
Queries about council tax bills should be directed to the Council Tax Team on 0207 361 3005.
Council tax in the Royal borough rose for the first time in eight years earlier this year.
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