Switch made in Scunthorpe Paypoints by North Lincolnshire Council if you are settling bills
There are now over 100 outlets in North Lincolnshire for residents to make payments to the council - but some changes have been announced for Scunthorpe bill-payers.
There are a wide range of ways that payments can be made, including online, telephone, direct debits, Post Offices and PayPoints.
Customers can make counter payments to the council in 40 Post Offices and 66 PayPoint (retail) outlets, including your local corner shops, across North Lincolnshire.
There is the facility to pay in Post Offices and PayPoint outlets for Council Tax and NNDR. Barcoding was implemented recently to provide this facility for a range of other payments as well, such as invoices.
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These payment facilities will offer better opening times with some PayPoint outlets being open on evenings and weekends.
PayPoint outlets are located all around North Lincolnshire in Messingham, Winterton, Crowle, Scunthorpe town centre and many, many more. This makes it easier and more accessible for people to make their payments, rather than having to travel to Church Square House.
The Church Square House cash office will be relocating on Friday 1 March 2013 to make way for the wider network of payment options available.
The customer-facing service that is provided at Church Square House cash office will still be available but transferred to the Civic Centre.
Cllr Neil Poole, cabinet member for Policy and Resources at North Lincolnshire Council, said: "Times are changing and with technology constantly developing we have to make sure that we adapt to improve customer service.
"This is why we have made the payments process a lot easier for people in North Lincolnshire. There are numerous ways that people can make their payments to the council.
"The barcoding system that has been implemented will help with processing certain documents, as the invoice will have a barcode that can simply be scanned at the PayPoints rather than having to input a large number of transactions manually.
"The small businesses in the area will also benefit from these changes, with more people going in to use the PayPoint outlets."