Paying Business Rates

Direct Debit

If you already pay by Direct Debit, your payments will automatically be taken from your bank or building society account. If you would like to pay by Direct Debit, please call 020 8315 2082 or download the form below and return the completed form to the Rates Office

Business rates direct debit form [PDF] (file size 111.77 KB)

Standing Order

Please call 020 8315 2082 to pay your instalments by standing Order.  You may also set up your own payment arrangement with your bank or building society by quoting sort code 57-20-32, account number 00000000, and your business rate account number shown on your bill.   

Pay online

To pay your demand by debit card over the internet, please use our secure site, open 24 hours a day: Secure Online Payments page. We accept Switch/Maestro, Solo, Visa Delta and Visa Electron cards.

To pay your demand from your bank’s website, please quote 57-20-32, account number 00000000 and your business rates account number.  

Debit card

You can pay your demand by phoning 01753 379252 (automated 24 hour payment line). You need to supply your card details and your business rate account number.

Bank giro credit

Please fill in the details on the slip and take it to any bank. You may have to pay for this service.

By post

Cheques and postal orders should be payable to “RB of Kensington and Chelsea”. Please send these to:

Finance Department,
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
PO Box 189
Jarrow
NE32 9AZ

Please write your business rate account number and the address of the business on the back of the cheque. 

We do not send receipts unless you ask for one and provide a stamped addressed envelope. 

C.H.A.P.S.

You can make an international transfer of funds using this information:

International Bank Account number (IBAN) = GB06 NWBK 50301025062697
Bank Identification Code (BIC) = NWBKGB2L
Bank account Number = 25062697
Sort Code = 50-30-10
Bank address = Nat West plc, Royal Garden Branch, 55 Kensington High Street, London, W8 5ZG

Please quote your Business Rates reference number when making payment.

 

If you do not keep to your instalment arrangement, you risk losing your right to pay by instalments.