Sundry Debts are miscellaneous invoices issued for a wide variety of Council services.
Examples of which include:
- Trade Refuse Service
- Pest Control Service
- Care Call Alarm Service
- Car Park Permits
- Ground Rent Charges
- Social Care Charges
In addition to Sundry Debts for services,invoices are also raised when certain entitlements are overpaid, such as:
- Housing Benefit
- Grant Awards
Pay Online. by using a debit or credit card.
24 Hour Telephone Payments. Payments can now be made over the telephone by debit and credit card. This is an automated service available 24 hours a day. Please call 0161 474 4050.
Standing Order. If you receive a regular invoice from us you may be able to pay by Standing Order. Payments can be made directly from your bank or building society account. Please contact the telephone number shown on your invoice in order to arrange payment details and obtain a form.
By Post. Pay by cheque through the post. Cheques should be made payable to Stockport Council and sent to:
PO Box 4
Write your name, address and invoice reference number on the back of the cheque. Cheques must not be postdated. Please enclose a stamped self addressed envelope if you want a receipt. PLEASE DO NOT SEND CASH.
Please Note: If you are paying more than one invoice with a single cheque, please indicate the amount to be paid to each invoice reference number.
In Person. Cash payments can be made using the self-service payment machines located in the Stockport Direct Centre, Fred Perry House, Edward Street, Stockport. Opening hours are 08:30 to 17:00 Monday to Friday.
PayPoint . Pay your Council bills at any PayPoint outlet. Apply for a card by calling the telephone number shown on your invoice. You can also use your Post Office card at PayPoint outlets.
Post Office Payment Card. If you receive a regular invoice from us for your service, or you are paying your invoice by instalments, you may be able to pay by post office payment card. Please contact the telephone number shown on your invoice.
At the Post Office. You can pay your invoice at the Post Office by completing a Giro Bank transcash slip. You must quote the Council's Giro Account Number: 6574068 and your invoice reference number. Cheques should be made payable to Post Office Ltd. The Post Office will make a charge for each payment.
At the Co-operative Bank. Payments can be made by completing a bank giro credit slip at any branch of the Co-operative Bank and filling in the following bank details:
sort code 08-90-24
account number 61110777
You must also quote your invoice reference number. A charge will be made to non Co-operative Bank customers.
It is important that you contact us at once if you have difficulty paying your invoice. Please see 'Related Contacts' on the right of the page.