You can go online to:
- register for e-billing
- view your business rates account details
- set up a Direct Debit to pay your business rates
- pay your business rate
You can also inform us of a change of address using the Contact us function.
If you register for e-billing, we’ll send your business rates bill by email rather than through
the post. This will save the Council money, as well as being more environmentally-friendly. To register for e-billing, you’ll first need to register to use our online services – just select 'View your business rates details' in Top tasks and you will be taken to the registration page.
Once we’ve set up your e-billing request, we’ll send all future bills and adjustment notices to the email address you have given us, so please make sure you tell us if you change your email address. If our email is returned to us undelivered, we will cancel the e-billing arrangement and send your bill by normal post instead.
In the Documents section you will find a downloadable pdf. version of the Guide which is normally sent out with bills.
Viewing your business rates account details online
For security purposes, you’ll need to register for online services first – when you select 'View your business rates details'
in Top tasks there is an option to 'Register for e-billin