If you wish to receive your business rates bill by email rather than by post, sign up for our e-billing service
We are aware of the announcement made by the Chancellor in the Budget on 11 March 2020. There is no need to contact us regarding this issue.
We have begun processing and issuing grant payments and are working through these as quickly as possible. If you have received a letter advising you that you may qualify for a grant and have already submitted a form, you do not need to complete another form or call us to tell us that you have done so. Click here for more information regarding Small Business Fund Grant.
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We are required by law to send all other notices, reminders, final notices and summonses in paper format.
When we receive your application, you will be sent an email to confirm we have received your request and future bills will be sent to the email address you provided.
Bills sent by email have the same legal status as those sent by post.
Most of our residents pay by Direct Debit, you could too.
Direct Debit is the safest and easiest way to pay your Council Tax. Direct Debit will ensure that payments are made on time and for the right amount so you never forget to pay your bill.
The bills are issued in accordance with The Council Tax and Non-Domestic Rating (Electronic Communications) (England) Order 2003 and as such is treated as "given, served or supplied by sending the notice or information to that person by electronic communication to such address as may be notified by that person for that purpose".