There are several ways to pay
This is the easiest way to pay and means your bill will always be paid on time. Over 70,000 people in Enfield pay their Council Tax monthly by Direct Debit. You just pick a payment date that suits you (1, 11, 21 or 28 of the month) and your payment is automatically debited from your account each month.
However, if you fall behind on Council Tax payments you may lose the right to pay by instalments and have to pay the annual balance in full.
Direct Debit payments are protected by a guarantee and can be cancelled at any time if you would like to pay in a different way.
You can make single Council Tax payments by debit or credit card.
Internet or phone banking
Pay us directly into the London Borough of Enfield bank account: 81228307 and sort code: 40-20-23 (HSBC Bank), quoting your Council Tax number as the reference.
Enfield’s automated telephone payment service
Call 020 8379 1000 and select option 1. Please have your Council Tax number to hand.
In person at PayPoint retailers
You will need to take your bill with you as it has a barcode which will allow your payment to be processed directly to your account. You can pay by cash or card and you will be given a receipt. There is no charge to use this service.
Visit PayPoint to find your local outlet.
Be aware that:
- not all PayPoints will accept card payments but they will all accept cash
- the maximum you can pay in one transaction at PayPoint is £300
- for any transactions over £300, it is advisable to pay using another method shown on your bill
You can set up a standing order from your bank account using the following details:
- Sort code: 40-20-23
- Account number: 81228307 (HSBC Bank)
You will need to supply your Council Tax account number. It can take up to 10 working days for your payment to reach your Council Tax account.
When you receive your first bill for each year you can ask to make your payments across 12 months, instead of the usual 10. This will mean that you will pay less each month. You can also ask for weekly payments if you get any benefits or Council Tax Support.