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How to pay your invoice to Weymouth and Portland Borough Council

See ways you can pay your invoice to Weymouth and Portland Borough Council. Please note that the payment term to pay your invoice(s) is immediate payment.

E-billing

Weymouth and Portland Borough Council now have the facility to send all of your invoices and subsequent letters electronically (e-billing). This is more efficient and helps to reduce our costs.

Sign up for electronic invoicing (e-billing)

Paying online

You can pay online (opens in a new window) by debit or credit card.

In the reference box please quote your invoice number or account number as shown on your invoice.

Credit card transactions will be subject to a £1.00 surcharge.

Automated telephone payment 0300 123 2037*

Pay by debit or credit card

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

When asked for the reference number please quote you invoice number or account number as shown on your invoice.

Credit card transactions will be subject to a £1.00 surcharge.

* Local call charges will apply. Mobile rates may vary - please check with you service provider.

Internet banking

You can pay by internet banking, BACS or Bank Transfer using the Council's bank details below:

Sort code: 40 - 13 - 07

Account number: 62495007   

Bank account name:  Weymouth and Portland Borough Council - Income account

You must quote your invoice number or account number as shown on your invoice as a reference, and allow 5 working days for your payment to reach us.

Credit card transactions will be subject to a £1.00 surcharge.

Direct debit

To set up a Direct Debit on your account you have the following options available:

 

 

Weymouth & Portland Borough Council

Attn: Finance

South Walks House

South Walks Road

Dorchester

Dorset

DT1 1UZ

 

In the reference box please enter your 8 digit account number, you can find this on your invoice.

Please note direct debit payments will be collected on the 1st of the Month.

Direct debit is the simplest and most convenient way to pay. There are no cheques to write, no cash to deal with and no ongoing paperwork because payments are made for you by your bank or building society.

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