If you've never taken out a Direct Debit, the information on this page should help you understand what they are.
A Direct Debit is an instruction from a customer to their bank or building society. It gives permission to allow another organisation to collect varying amounts of money from the customer’s account. For example, you can tell your bank to allow the council to take money from your account to pay your council tax or other types of bills.
Some of the advantages include:
You can pay the following using Direct Debit:
You can download and fill in the appropriate Direct Debit form from the downloads section below.
Click here for general information about Direct Debits.
You can visit the 'Pay it' area of our website to find other ways to pay for council services.