Ways to Pay Your Council Tax‏

BroxtoweIt’s the New Year and for many people, that means paying the final Council tax payment of the financial year. Broxtowe residents are being urged to get online to pay their Council Tax when the new bills are issued in March.

The Council’s Cash Offices will close on 31st March 2016 but there’s still a variety of ways that you can make Council Tax payments online, by direct debit, standing order or by telephone.

You can pay for your Council Tax in the following ways:

· The easiest and quickest way to pay is online at http://www.broxtowe.gov.uk/payit

· By Direct Debit – call 0115 917 7777 to set it up

· Bank Standing Order/ Internet banking quoting:

Sort code: 20-63-25

Bank: Barclays Bank Plc

Account: Broxtowe Borough Council

Account number: 80138770 to your bank

· Telephone by calling the automated payment line on Freephone 0800 952 0040

For more information about different ways you can continue to pay for Council Tax and other services, visit www.broxtowe.gov.uk/payments, contact 0115 917 7777 or email customerservices@broxtowe.gov.uk

See Making Payments to Broxtowe Borough Council

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5 Responses to Ways to Pay Your Council Tax‏

  1. stevebarber says:

    All of which cost, if you have poor credit and are struggling to get back on your feet. Another example of how the poor are treated and regarded by the local Conservatives.

    • RichHartman says:

      I wonder what motivated our borough council leader to vote to abolish the borough? Could it be that he wants to reduce our tax bills so that we only pay county council tax?

      • Joan Wade says:

        I am no fan of Broxtowe Borough Council and agree that it should be abolished. However, the services provided by the borough council would still need to be carried out and there is no direct link between its abolition and council tax paid. Councillor Jackson could and arguably should have made it clear when he stood for office at the recent election that he could see no future for the council or his role.

      • Ian Blakeley says:

        Joan, your statement that the Broxtowe Borough Council should be abolished cuts absolutely no ice. What do you suggest would replace it, the County Council – no thanks; perhaps we should become part of an expanded City Council – again no thanks. The current idea of joining together Notts and Derbyshire under an elected mayor who will watch over and rule the area (just like a dictator or local commissar) is also another daft idea. Generally its known as ‘jobs for the boys’.

        All the above would cost as extra staff would be needed to ‘administer’ the constituent areas of Broxtowe, Rushcliffe, Erewash, Gedling etc.

      • Joan Wade says:

        Ian – if you had taken the time to read what I have said before posting a reply you would have seen that I have made the point that there might well be no saving. This however does not lead me to believe that Broxtowe is a sensible unit of local government. Many people in Bramcote have more knowledge of and more affinity with places like Wollaton and Lenton than they do with places such as Brinsley Woodhouse. I do think that a greater Nottingham would make sense. Lots of local issues can only be sensibly tackled by recognising our close proximity to Nottingham.

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