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You can pay for any of the following via our Payment Page:

Council Tax
Reference number is nine digits and starts with 8
Business Rates
Reference number is nine digits and starts with 1
Invoices
Reference number (Invoice Number) is seven digits
Housing Benefit
Overpayment Invoices

 

Others ways to pay

Residents are able to set up direct debits for their Council Tax by contacting 01773 841440 or by completing a direct debit request form.

If you wish to speak to a Customer Services Officer and make your payment over the telephone, you can contact the Customer Services team on 01773 841440.

You can ring our automated payments line on 0845 3723801 any time of the day or night. Follow the recorded prompts to make your payment.

You can also visit one of our Town Centre Offices in Alfreton, Belper, Heanor and Ripley. You can make payment by either cash, debit/credit card, or cheque at these locations.
 

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