If you have received a letter from East Devon District Council with a title of "Sundry Invoice" then you can use this page to make the payment.
Examples of sundry invoices are payment requests for beach huts, non domestic waste, rent deposit loan repayments, reserved car parking spaces or building inspection fees, but there may be other types. In all cases the payment reference number quoted on a sundry invoice is an eight digit number starting with 400 or 500.
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You will need the sundry invoice number and a debit or credit card
For all credit cards and some pre-paid cards, a fee of 1.5 per cent of the amount payable will be added at the payment stage
The payment will be applied to your account within 24 hours
Other ways to pay your sundry invoice can be found on the reverse of the invoice and include:
- Direct Debit
- By phone
- Standing orders
- Bank/Post office
- Post cheque to EDDC