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Pay your rates online

You can pay your rates online through our new online payment service. You can pay your rates by debit or credit card. There is no charge for paying by debit card or credit card.

Please use the below link to direct you to the payment page:

Pay your rates online


There is no registration required to make a payment. To make a payment you will need the following information which you can find on your rate bill:

  • Account ID
  • Ratepayer ID
  • Occupancy ID (optional)
  • Amount Due
  • Email address (optional to receive email receipt)

There is no size limit on the amount you can pay in one transaction however some customers may have limits or restrictions on their credit or debit card, so please bear this in mind when using this service. For example, you may not be able to pay more than a particular amount in one transaction. If you have problems processing a large transaction, you should check with your credit card provider as there may be a limit on your card. Alternatively you can make more than one transaction at smaller amounts. This will not affect you entitlement to early payment discount

This service is not an LPS product and LPS is not responsible for the contents or reliability of external websites.

Debit and credit cards

The following debit cards are accepted:

  • Switch
  • Visa
  • Visa Electron
  • Solo
  • Maestro

The following credit cards are accepted:

  • Visa
  • Mastercard

Single payment

If you pay your rate bill in one single payment, before the discount date shown on your bill, you will receive a four per cent discount.

Rates contact details

  • phone: 0300 200 7801 (charged at local rate)
  • text relay: 18001 0300 200 7801

Struggling to pay your rates?

If you have to rely on credit cards to pay regular household bills, you may be experiencing money problems. If you are struggling to pay your rates, you may be entitled to help. Please use the following link to get more information:

If you are worried about debt and need independent advice you can use the links below to contact the following organisations:

More useful links