Cilcot

#1
can anyone tell me why in a camp where all the quarters are inside the fence, pads pay £83 cilcot and singlies pay aroubd £3 pound a month.

are;nt they getting the same council services as pads?, i.e bins emtied, street lights around the camp communal grassey areas cut.

before anyone says it. No i was'nt bothered when i was a singly.
 
#2
UMIN said:
can anyone tell me why in a camp where all the quarters are inside the fence, pads pay £83 cilcot and singlies pay aroubd £3 pound a month.

are;nt they getting the same council services as pads?, i.e bins emtied, street lights around the camp communal grassey areas cut.

before anyone says it. No i was'nt bothered when i was a singly.
So what would be your solution?

If they made it £83 per person on camp would you be happier?

That would then include of course £83 for each member of your family as well.
 
#3
maybe a complete bill for the council services provided to the camp, split between all adults on the camp (all working soldiers) this would probably meet about half way for pads and singies.

as they are getting the same services already.
 
#4
Single Accommodation
Those living in single accommodation are required to pay CILOCT but their liability is considerably lower than that of SFA occupants, since the equivalent rates for mess or barrack block would be shared by all the occupants.
All in here mate - seems fair to me :wink:
 
#5
E-Layer said:
Single Accommodation
Those living in single accommodation are required to pay CILOCT but their liability is considerably lower than that of SFA occupants, since the equivalent rates for mess or barrack block would be shared by all the occupants.
All in here mate - seems fair to me :wink:
so if the block looses a few people due to posting's or tours etc etc, shouldnt they remainder make up the rest then?
 
#6
UMIN said:
E-Layer said:
Single Accommodation
Those living in single accommodation are required to pay CILOCT but their liability is considerably lower than that of SFA occupants, since the equivalent rates for mess or barrack block would be shared by all the occupants.
All in here mate - seems fair to me :wink:
so if the block looses a few people due to posting's or tours etc etc, shouldnt they remainder make up the rest then?
Technically all MOD property is exempt from Council Tax as far as the occupants are concerned, since all due payments to Local Authorities will be made by MOD. However, roughly Service Families Accommodation (SFA) occupants in England , Scotland and Wales pay equal to Council Tax liability contributions. These are known as "Contributions in Lieu of Council Tax" (CILOCT) and are collected together with accommodation charges. Contributions are graded according to the type of accommodation. SFA of the same type and grade are liable to the same standard contribution. The majority of SFA come in line with Bands B and C.
Exemptions
Service Personnel exempt from CILOCT are:

Those under 18

MQ occupants in Northern Ireland

Those who are not eligible to pay accommodation charges e.g. Service personnel at sea or Service personnel involuntarily separated and living in single accommodation.

Think we're flogging a dead horse now. Do you hate singlies?
 
#7
dont hate singlies at all. but i do hate counvil tax!!!

especailly when in my opinion we are all getting the same service.

if there were no quaters on camp, the council would still be collecting the rubbish, cutting the grass blah blah. and they would'nt be getting much back from just a few singlies, but i am glad singlies dont get stung for it.

agree that it's a bit of a dead horse though
 
#8
if CILOCT is in lieu of council tax (thought that was community charge) then why do people serving overseas pads & singlies) pay it ?
 
#9
We paid it for 9 years in Germany , we are being posted to another part of UK and have been informed our cilcot is going UP by £200 a MONTH ???? WTF
 
#13
Ok snail no need to get your knickers in a twist I'm asking because I'm not getting answers from ANYWHERE it may not seem important to you but this has got me worried , how are we supposed to live when they take an extra £200 a month from his wages ? That's my food shopping for the month, so instead of being nasty try to help or is that beneath you ??? Oh sorry it can't be you're a snail only thing lower is a snakes tit
 
#15
Ok snail no need to get your knickers in a twist I'm asking because I'm not getting answers from ANYWHERE it may not seem important to you but this has got me worried , how are we supposed to live when they take an extra £200 a month from his wages ? That's my food shopping for the month, so instead of being nasty try to help or is that beneath you ??? Oh sorry it can't be you're a snail only thing lower is a snakes tit
This is the "Serious Bit", so I'd advise you to stay civil.
 
#16
So, an old thread is resurrected.
However, CILOCT (Contributions in Lieu of Council Tax) is the same everywhere if you're in the Forces. I would think this going up £200 a MONTH is BS of the highest order. The highest CILOCT payments for a Grade 1 type quarter is £175 ish a month.
CILOCT - Service Families Accommodation (SFA)

TYPE POUNDS DAILY
i 5.85
ii 5.60
iii 5.33
iv 4.50
v 4.06
d 3.69
c 3.51
b 3.20
a 2.65
 
#17
So, an old thread is resurrected.
However, CILOCT (Contributions in Lieu of Council Tax) is the same everywhere if you're in the Forces. I would think this going up £200 a MONTH is BS of the highest order. The highest CILOCT payments for a Grade 1 type quarter is £175 ish a month.
CILOCT - Service Families Accommodation (SFA)

TYPE POUNDS DAILY
i 5.85
ii 5.60
iii 5.33
iv 4.50
v 4.06
d 3.69
c 3.51
b 3.20
a 2.65
She'd have gotten away with it if it wasn't for those darned facts.
 
#20
I asked a civil question ,all I wanted was advice ,it's what this site is supposed to do ,and she's the cats mother
No it's not. You're thinking of Google.
 
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