Weymouth and Portland business rate payment methods
You can pay your business rate by:
This 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.
You will always remain in control of your payments, as we will notify you at least 10 working days before any change to your payments. You are guaranteed a full and immediate refund by your bank in the unlikely event of an error and you are free to cancel the direct debit instruction at any time.
If you are a new ratepayer you will have received a direct debit instruction. If you wish to pay by direct debit, complete the direct debit form and return it to us.
Alternatively, if you are a new or existing ratepayer and you would like to pay by direct debit, you have the following options:
- complete your details online
- print a direct debit instruction, complete and return to us
- call Business Rates and give us your details over the phone (during normal office hours)
Debit or credit card payment
Please call 01305 211990 which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to pay by debit or credit card.
You can pay online with a debit or credit card.
Internet banking or standing order
You can make arrangements with your bank or building society to set up regular payments to the council. The following details will be required to ensure that your payments are allocated to your account:
- The Council's Bank: HSBC, Bournemouth
- bank sort code: 40 - 13 - 07
- bank account no: 62495007
- bank account name: Weymouth & Portland Borough Council - Income Account
- payment reference (you can find your reference number on your current bill)
Call Business Rates if you need assistance with this method of payment.
Payments must be made in accordance with your business rate bill. In the event of late payment, a reminder notice may be issued.
Legislation allows for a maximum of only 2 reminders to be issued in any financial year. After this, the remaining balance for the year becomes payable in full.