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Welfare changes - what you need to know

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Welfare changes leaflet

On 15th February, the rollout of Universal Credit is extended to Jobcentre Plus offices in Nottingham City. All jobseekers aged 18 - 60 years and 6 months who are single, have no children and are making a new claim will receive Universal Credit.

 

In addition to this change, from April 2016, there are a number of further policy measures which will affect citizens in Nottingham including, the benefits freeze and the National Living Wage.

 

Nottingham City Council have created a booklet to help Nottingham citizens and organisations supporting them to better understand the upcoming changes. It sets out what the changes are, what they mean for citizens and where to get more advice and help, including support finding employment.


The Welfare Reform and Work Bill and the Housing and Planning Bill are currently on their passage through Parliament and more changes to welfare and benefits are proposed in these Bills. This booklet will be updated when these Bills are passed.

Please click on the image or here to access the booklet.  We hope you find this a useful resource. If you have any questions, please contact the Nottingham City Council Policy Team.


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