Paying in 12 Instalments

We may ask you to bring the account up to date if you apply for a 12 month plan part way through the year or if you have received a reminder. There will also be a limit on the number of instalments as the last instalment will be March. If you want to pay by Direct Debit over 12 months please click here for Council Tax only.

Please enter your postcode below, click 'Search for an address' and then select the correct address from the dropdown.

Please note that, if you are applying after 15th April, we will only be able to grant instalments for the remaining number of months, up to 15th March. If you have received a Reminder Notice or a Summons, you will have lost the right to pay by monthly instalments. If you cannot afford to pay the outstanding amount in full, please call 01480 388030 to discuss the possibility of a short term arrangement.

If you already pay by Direct Debit you need do nothing further. If you don’t already pay by Direct Debit please ring us on 01480 388030 to set one up over the phone or download a mandate from this link. Direct Debit Mandate

Please read the following then submit your information by clicking on the Submit button at the bottom of this form

We require your personal data to enable us to calculate and collect your Council Tax. This is a legal obligation as laid out in the Local Government Finance Act 1992. We cannot process your request/application unless you provide this personal information. If you do not or if you refuse to allow us to share information we will not be able to carry out the service for you and cannot be held responsible for any consequences to you of it not being carried out and you being required to pay your tax bill over 10 months rather than the requested 12 months

We may automate decisions and will inform you if we have done this as soon as reasonably practicable and provide you with access to our Data Protection Policy.

You hold the following rights with regard to the personal data you provide us:

  • Right to Access – You have the right to access (receive a copy) of your personal data and supplementary information.
  • Right to Rectification – You have the right to have any inaccurate or incomplete personal data rectified.
  • Right to object to us processing your personal data where you have an objection on “grounds relating to your particular situation”.
  • Right to Restriction – You have the right to request a restriction of the processing of your personal data in situations where it is inaccurate, unlawful, and no longer needed for the purposes for which it was originally collected, or if a withdrawal of consent has been made.

We may share your personal data within internal departments of the council, local partner authorities and government departments as required. We may process the information you provide to prevent and detect fraud in any of our systems and may supply information to Government agencies, credit reference agencies, law enforcement agencies, audit or other external bodies for such purposes. We participate in the government’s National Fraud Initiative. If any of the information we have about you is incorrect, please tell us, we are reliant on you assisting us to keep your information accurate and up to date.

We only keep your information as long as necessary, for some items this will be dictated by law. You can find out more by looking at the councils Retention Policy on the website.

We do not routinely process any information about you outside the UK. We will not transfer your personal data outside of the EU.

Huntingdonshire District Council is a registered Data Controller with the Information Commissioners Office.

You can find out more about how we handle your data by visiting the council’s Privacy Notice page. If you have a query regarding your rights please contact the Data Protection Officer who can be contacted by emailing or you can write to the council and mark your letter for the attention of the Data Protection Officer. Alternatively you can call 07864 604221 or 01954 713318.

You have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) should you believe any part of this statement to be unlawful.