Council tax bills will be available to view online from the end of this year

Council tax bills will be available to view online from the end of this year

North East Lincolnshire residents will be able to view their council tax bills online from later this year onwards.

Councillor Stan Shreeve, deputy leader of North East Lincolnshire Council and portfolio holder for finance and resources, said: “This is a convenient way of our residents keeping on top of their bills, being able to access them at any time and keep records without having piles of paperwork.

“It’s quick, easy and secure to opt-in, and I’m pleased to say that this service will be launching later this year for people to sign up.

“In the meantime, residents who wish to find out more can complete a form on our website, and we’ll get in touch with them when we have more information.

“We’re making it much easier and more convenient for people to pay their council tax, but we’re also aware that after the year we’ve all had, some may find themselves in a difficult situation – perhaps unable to pay their bills. If there are residents out there who are struggling, I would urge them to get in touch with us so we can consider what support is available.”

According to the council website, signing up to view council tax bills online is a quick, safe and secure procedure which means residents will be able to view their bill as soon as becomes available.

It also means that all council tax bills will be safely stored in one easy-to-access place.

Local residents will receive a leaflet in their next council tax bill explaining how they can register their interest in e-billing.

Residents who still require a paper version will be able to download and print the bills at home.

To find out about what support is on offer if you are struggling to pay your council tax, visit or call the council tax and benefits team on 0300 3030164.

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