Downloads Debt Management Policy Document Debt Management Policy (PDF, 426.89KB) Latest news Businesses across Greater Lincolnshire are invited to take part in a survey on the topic of devolution Chairman's hopes for civic year! Over 300 Ukranian guests welcomed into Lincolnshire homes More news Council Tax and council bills Council Tax payment options Pay your council bills online What is Council Tax? I wish to report a change in household for Council Tax I wish to report a change of address for Council Tax Non-payment and recovery Flooding and Council Tax Money off Council Tax Long term empty property charge Council Tax account enquiries Council Tax scams Council mortgages Other council bills Your guide to budget and performance Council Tax Energy Rebate The sundry debtor section is based within the Revenues and Benefits Department and is responsible for the collection of miscellaneous income. In addition to the collection of Council Tax and Business Rates, the council is also responsible for the collection of various invoices and charges. These invoices are issued for the chargeable goods and services provided by the council or for a repayment to us of an amount that you were not entitled to such as overpaid housing benefit. Some examples where the council raises an invoice are: Secondment mortgages Additional garden waste collection Trade sacks Hire of sites or facilities Commercial rents and office space Car park permits Licence fees Market rent Planning inspection charges button | Pay an invoice Pay an invoice text | Other council bills If you have difficulty paying your invoice by the due date please contact us immediately as we may be able to help. If you dispute the invoice you have received please contact us immediately. If you fail to pay by the due dates you will be issued with a reminder notice. If you fail to pay the outstanding balance we may take court action against you or release collection of the debt to an external debt collection agency.