You'll need to pay an annual fee for your premises licence. This fee will be due each year on the anniversary of the date your licence was first granted.
Annual fees are based on the non-domestic rateable value of the property and the fee will stay the same each year unless the rateable value of the property changes. You can find out more about how annual fees are calculated in our guide to licensing act fees.
We'll send you an invoice for the annual fee in the post around a month before the fee is due. The invoice will tell you the date by which you'll need to have paid the fee.
You can pay your annual fee online. You will be taken to our online payments page where you'll need to make a payment for sundry invoices. You will need to fill in the invoice number and amount payable. You can find all of these details on the invoice we sent you.
If you haven't had an invoice from us and you think your annual fee is due please telephone us and we will check this for you.
Any personal information which you provide will be held and used by East Devon District Council for the purpose of processing your annual fee payment and to administer any related premises licence. Your information may also be shared within East Devon District Council for the purposes of carrying out our lawful functions. Otherwise your personal information will not be disclosed to anybody outside East Devon District Council without your permission, unless there is a lawful reason to do so, for example disclosure is necessary for crime prevention or detection purposes. Your information will be held securely and will not be retained for any longer than is necessary. There are a number of rights available to you in relation to our use of your personal information, depending on the reason for processing. Further detail about our use of your personal information can be found in the relevant privacy notice
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You'll need a credit or debit card.
You'll need your sundry invoice which you should have received in the post. You will need to fill in the invoice number and amount payable.
You will be taken through our online payment system which will confirm that your payment has been authorised and give you a receipt.
You don't need to do anything else but please do email or telephone us if you have any questions about your annual fee.
Please note that under current legislation we must suspend your premises licence if the annual fee payment is not received on or before the date it is due. This will mean that you will not be able to legally use your premises licence to authorise any licensable activities at the premises until you have paid the fee and the suspension has been lifted.
You can also pay your invoice using one of the following methods:
If you don't have an invoice number
If you don't have your invoice number you can still pay your annual fee online. You'll need to fill in the form with your contact details and the name and address of the premises. You'll need your credit or debit card to make the payment.
To change to a direct debit please telephone 01395 517496 or 01395 517492
Call our automated payment line on 03447 369 631* at anytime and follow the prompts. You will need the invoice number and a debit or credit card.
Pay by cash or cheque using the barcode on the front of your bill at any Post Office. If you are paying by cheque make it payable to Post Office Ltd and write your invoice number on the back.
Always ask for a receipt.
At your bank
Pay at your own bank or any branch of Lloyds Bank PLC using a giro slip. Our bank details are below.
Ask your bank to set up a standing order. Our bank details are:
Bank: Lloyds Bank PLC Exeter
Sort Code: 30-93-14
Account No.: 00365206
Reference No.: your invoice number
Please remember that unlike a Direct Debit that carries on from year to year, you have to set up a standing order each year in order to pay the new instalment amounts.
Calls to 03 numbers cost no more than a national rate call to an 01 or 02 number and count towards any inclusive minutes in the same way as 01 and 02 calls. These rules apply to calls from any type of line including mobile, BT, other fixed line or payphone. East Devon District Council receives no additional income for calls to this number