Householders in Sheffield are being offered a one-off payment to help with the rising cost of energy bills.
The so-called "discretionary energy rebate" is open to those residents who do not get council tax bills, but pay for their energy.
The city council has a limited fund to provide the payments.
Applicants must submit their claim before the end of July. Once the scheme closes, applications will be assessed and the amount will be divided between those who are successful.
Who is eligible for Sheffield Council's energy rebate?
To claim the rebate you must:
not named on the council tax bill
be responsible for paying the energy costs for your property, either by being billed or paying by pre-payment meter
have been a resident at the property on 1 April, 2022.
Who isn't eligible?
You cannot claim if you:
are named on the council tax bill
live with someone named on the council tax bill
live with someone who has already received a discretionary energy rebate payment
are a landlord for a property where the landlord is responsible for the energy bill
How do you apply?
You can apply online here.
Payments will be made to eligible applicants by the end of August 2022.