The Licensing Unit can take payments for applications.
Pay by debit or credit card by telephone
We can process your payment instantly. When payments are accepted, we can issue you with an email receipt or send you confirmation in the post.
Please have your payment card ready for a member of the unit to enter on the computer system.
We will ensure that your card details and personal information remain secure and confidential when using the system.
Please do not leave your payment details on voicemail.
Pay by cheque
All cheques must be made payable to Medway Council and forwarded to our cashiers for processing.
Once this is done, a receipt is sent to licensing which is then sent out to the applicant. This can take some time, so please be patient. In some cases the licensing team is unable to complete the processing of your application until the payment is confirmed.
We are unable to take cash payments in licensing.
You can make payments by cash by visiting the Strood Contact Point using the automated till. Payments must be made using an appropriate payment slip or other information to identify the payment.
Please note that their is a delay in making cash payments as all documents goes to our cashiers department for processing of the payment and then forwarded to licensing unit.
Annual Fee Payment
If you hold any of the following licences/permits you will receive an annual invoice:
- Licensing Act 2003 - Premises Licences and Club Premises Certificates
- Gambling Act 2005 - Premises Licences, Club Gaming Permits, Club Machine Permits, Licensed Premises Gaming Machine Permit
You are required to pay an annual fee on the anniversary of the granting of the licence or permit. The fee reflects the costs for all council departments for administration, enforcement and inspection of the premises.
All the above methods of payment are acceptable but you must also quote the premises name and reference code when making a payment. The reference code will be on the invoice that is sent out from the Council Finance Department. If you have lost the invoice please contact the licensing team.
For more information contact Licensing Services on 01634 337 107 or 01634 337 108 or Enforcement on 01634 337 112 or 01634 337 106 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org