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Pay your service charge online

The reference is the 10-digit number which is on your invoice and starts ‘18'.

 

 


There are a number of different ways to make the pay your service charge bills,

Please note that the options for paying by instalments and the periods allowed depend on the type of the service charge bill.  These options are set out on the following web pages:

There are various ways for you to pay your charges.

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Pay online

You can pay online. The reference is the 10-digit number which is on your invoice and starts ‘18'.

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Pay over the phone

You can pay with a credit or debit card by calling Haringey Council’s automated 24 hour telephone payment service on 0300 456 0520 (please see call charges). You will need a touchtone telephone to use this service. Take option 7 for paying a ‘Haringey invoice’. You will be asked for a 10-digit account number. This is the number which is on your invoice and starts ‘18’.

Benefits of paying using the automated telephone payment service:

  • pay any time, any place
  • no more queues
  • saves paper and helps the environment

You can also pay via a member of staff at the Call Centre on 020 8489 5611 between 8am and 6pm on weekdays.

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Telephone or internet banking with your bank

To use one of these options, you will need to give your bank the following information:

  • The 10-digit invoice number shown on the invoice which starts ‘18’
  • Barclays account number: 73632113. Sort code: 20-98-21
  • Account name: London Borough of Haringey

Haringey Council is still the freeholder; Homes for Haringey manages the housing services day to day, so you should still make any payments to Haringey Council.

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Direct Debit

You can pay your service charges directly from your bank account.

£10 as a thank you for paying this way

If you pay by direct debit or standing order we will make a one-off payment of £10 to your service charge account to thank you for paying your service charges this way.

Benefits of paying by direct debit:

  • you don’t have to remember to pay every month
  • you don’t have to worry about forgetting a payment if you are ill or on holiday
  • we will update your direct debit every year and let you know before we amend it

Direct debit form (pdf)

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By post

You can post your cheque along with the detachable bank giro credit slip at the bottom of the invoice to the address below. Please make your cheque payable to ‘Haringey Council’ and write your service charge account number and leasehold address on the back. Haringey Council is still the freeholder; Homes for Haringey manages services day to day, so you should still make any payments to Haringey Council.

Send your cheque to:

Haringey Payment Service
PO Box 55235
London
N22 9DF

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At a bank

You can pay at a bank by using the credit transfer form printed on your invoice.

Note that your bank may charge you for this.

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At a post office

You can pay by post office giro.

Note that the post office will charge you for using the girobank service.

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By Pay Point Pay Point logo

All Haringey invoices will now have a barcode on the front. The barcode means you can pay your invoice at any retail outlet in the UK displaying the PayPoint sign (see logo above) or Post Office™ (this includes some 90 Pay Point outlets across Haringey). You pay your service charge or major works invoice, take the invoice to the outlet, where the barcode will be scanned to enable payment to your account to be made for the invoice. When you make a payment this way, your account balance will be updated overnight.

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Help paying for service charges

Unfortunately we cannot help you if you are having trouble paying your service charges. However, if you are sick, unemployed or disabled, it is likely you will qualify for financial support under the government’s benefit system.

Please apply to your local Benefits Agency or get advice from your local Citizens Advice Bureau.

Please refer to the Council website for more information on this subject http://www.haringey.gov.uk/council-tax-and-benefits/housing-benefit-and-council-tax-reductions

Please note that if you qualify for help, you will still be responsible for paying your service charges.

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Page Last Updated:

3 August 2018