Although you said (utilitys+TV license+BroadBand) sould be declared under other expenses: Notice the comments supplied on the HMRC web site:
Rent, rates, insurance, ground rents etc
Include: any rents you pay under a lease of a property that you let
business rates,Council Tax,water rates,ground rents,insurance for both the property and contents, costs of services you provide such as gardening, porterage, cleaning,
communal hot water, etc
You can only deduct necessary expenses (those that each person doing exactly the same job as you would have had to pay out) and they have to have been paid out in doing your job, not getting you to a position where you could do your job. If your PAYE Notice of Coding shows an adjustment for these expenses for an earlier year please contact HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
Clearly the Rent, rates, insurance, ground rents etc is the more appropriate place to place the expenses, would you now agree?