Due to planned maintenance you will be unable to sign in, or register for an online Council Tax account on Sunday 13 June during the hours of 07:00 and 12:00.
COVID-19 - if you are struggling financially because of the COVID-19 pandemic please go to our financial help for residents page.
Pay by Direct Debit
Direct Debit is the simplest and most convenient way for you to pay Council Tax, you won’t miss a payment, and you’re protected under the terms of the Direct Debit Guarantee.
To set up a Direct Debit, you’ll need your Council Tax account number (which you can find on your Council Tax bill) and your bank account number and sort code.
Pay your Council Tax online
You don’t need to register for an account to pay your Council Tax online but if you do choose to register, your Credit or Debit card details can be saved to make your next payment quicker and easier. You will also be able to view account balances as well as your payment history.
You will need your Council Tax account number to hand.
Pay your Council Tax by phone
You can pay your Council Tax by telephone, using our 24-hour payment line - 01234 718061. You will need your Council Tax account number, and your debit or credit card.
You can pay your Council Tax by standing order, which can be set up by your bank or by using online banking.
Please allow at least five working days for the payment to reach your Council Tax account.
You will need the Council's bank details:
Bank Sort Code 60-02-13
Bank Account No. 62288849
You will also need your Council Tax account number to hand.
Post Office or Payzone outlet
You can pay by cash or debit card at a Post Office or Payzone outlet. Remember to take your Council Tax bill with you every time you pay so that the bar code can be scanned.
Pay by monthly instalments
Council Tax is normally due in 10 monthly instalments on the 7th of each month from April to January. You may pay by 12 monthly payments, from April to March, on request.
Difficulty paying your Council Tax
You should contact the Council straight away to discuss your payment options. If payment is not received by the due date we may need to take action and you may lose the right to pay by instalments or incur costly legal fees and fines.
Please see our Fair Debt Collection policy (PDF) for more information.