Pay by Direct Debit
Lots of our customers find Direct Debit the easiest way to pay as it gives them control over their finances, with a choice of payment dates and instalments spread across the year.
To set up a Direct Debit with us, click on the link below.
Pay with a debit or credit card
You can use this form to pay your bill in full, or to pay an installment. Click on the link below to get started (you'll need your South East Water account number to hand). Please note you will not be able to make a one-off payment if you already pay by Direct Debit.
Use our automated payment line
Quick, simple and available 24 hours a day! Just pick up the phone, and make sure you have your card and your customer account number at the ready.
Other ways to pay:
To make a BACS payment directly from your bank, please use our sort code and account number below. Please remember to use your account number (you’ll find this at the top of your bill) as the reference so we know where the payment has come from.
Sort code: 40-11-60
Bank Account Number: 81029932
At the Post Office
You can pay in cash or by cheque at most Post Offices by completing the payment slip at the bottom of your bill. Please note that the Post Office will make a small charge.
Pay with PayPoint
PayPoint is a quick and easy way to pay for your water. Available at most shops, it's free of charge when you pay with cash at a PayPoint store. Simply take your bill along with you.
At the bank
You can use the giro slip on your bill to make a payment the next time you visit your bank. You can also make payment at any HSBC bank for free.
To pay your bill by post, please send a cheque made payable to 'South East Water Limited'.
Please write your 9-digit account number (made up of eight numbers and a check digit) on the back of the cheque and send it with the payment slip at the bottom of your bill to:
South East Water Ltd
Payment Processing Department
PO Box 305
Finding it hard to pay your bill?
If you find yourself struggling to pay your bill, we're here to help support you and discuss other payment options, so you've got one less thing to worry about.