Pay a streetworks fixed penalty notice

You can pay a streetworks fixed penalty notice online. Learn how to pay online, and find out about other methods of paying.

Please read the mandatory declaration before proceeding to pay.

Paying a fixed penalty notice online is quick and easy. Simply click on the Start button to proceed.

You can also pay:

  • electronically (BACS)
  • via telephone
  • by post
  • in person

Read the information tabs below for further details of other ways to pay. 

Proceed to payment

You can pay electronically by the Bankers Automated Clearing Services (BACS).

Payment should be made to:

To: Suffolk County Council

Sort Code: 30–00–00

Account Number: 00293148

Payment must be accompanied by:

  • a list of the fixed penalty notice numbers
  • the LA reference number covered by the payment
  • the amount being paid in relation to each number

The above must be sent via email to: networkassurance@suffolk.gov.uk

 You can pay over the phone by calling the Customer Service Team on 0345 606 6067

This line is open between 8am to 6pm from Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays).

Payment may only be made by using a debit or credit card that is accepted by the Street Authority in accordance with its standards procedures.

You must state the:

  • fixed penalty notice number
  • LA reference number of each notice in respect of which payment is being made
  • amount being paid in relation to each number

A receipt will be provided on request.

 

You can pay by post. Make your cheque payable to:

Suffolk County Council
Customer Service Team
1st Floor, 54 Ipswich Street
Stowmarket, Suffolk
IP14 1AD

Payment must be accompanied by:

  • a list of the fixed penalty notice numbers
  • the LA reference number covered by the payment
  • the amount being paid in relation to each number

 

 

 

You can pay in person by visiting Juliet Bentley at:

Network Assurance
Phoenix House
3 Goddard Road
Ipswich
Suffolk
IP1 5NP

This office is open between 9am and 4.30pm from Monday to Friday excluding bank holidays.

Any cash or cheque must be made payable to Suffolk County Council.

Payment must be accompanied by:

  • a list of the fixed penalty notice numbers
  • the LA reference number covered by the payment
  • the amount being paid in relation to each number

 

 

 

Please read the following before proceeding to payment.

1. A Fixed Penalty Notice is giving, in accordance with section 95A of, and Schedule 4B to, the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991, to offer you the opportunity of discharging any liability to conviction for this fixed penalty offence by payment of a penalty.

2. This means that no legal proceedings will be commenced for the offence if, subject to paragraph 3, the penalty of £120 is paid within the period of 36 days beginning with the day on which this notice was given. (NB: The street authority may extend this period in any particular case if they consider it appropriate to do so).

3. Instead of paying the amount referred to in paragraph 2, liability to conviction for the offence may also be discharged if the discounted amount of £80 is paid within the period of 29 days beginning with the day on which this notice was given. (NB: If the last day of this period does not fall on a working day, the period for payment of the discounted amount is extended until the end of the next working).

4. If the discounted amount is not paid within the period set out in paragraph 3, as extended where relevant, liability to conviction for the offence may only be discharged thereafter by payment of the penalty of £120 within the period set out in paragraph 2, as extended where considered appropriate. If you then fail to pay the penalty within that period, legal proceedings for the offence may be commenced against you.