Council Tax Reminders and Final Notices
Use the information below to find out what you need to do if you have received a reminder or final notice for your Council Tax bill.
Manage your Council Tax Account online
My Account – Council Tax
Once you have registered for and set up your account you will be able to check what you have paid and what you owe. Managing your account and payments online is an effective way of avoiding Reminders and Final Notices as you will be able to keep track of what you need to pay and when.
If you have received a a reminder about your Council Tax payments, this is because you are late in paying your instalment or your Council Tax account is in arrears. In order to prevent any further recovery action being taken, you need to bring your account up to date. Doing this will prevent any legal costs being added to the amount that you owe.
The amount you need to pay is stated on your the reminder notice. You can make payments against your Council Tax account online by clicking on the 'Make a Payment Online' button below.
If you have received a final notice about your Council Tax, this means that you have lost your right to make payments against your Council Tax account by instalments and you will need to pay the full amount of Council Tax remaining. This amount will be stated on the final notice to prevent any further recovery action being taken and to avoid any legal costs which will be added to the amount you owe.
You can make payments against a final notice by clicking on the 'Make a Payment Online' button below.
There are a number of other ways that you can make payments against your Council Tax account. Find out more about other ways to make payments here.
Council Tax Support
If you are struggling to pay your Council Tax due to being on a low income, you may be able to claim Council Tax Support. You will still need to pay your Council Tax whilst you are waiting to hear about any claim you have made.