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Council Transfers from The Co-operative Bank to Lloyds Bank

From Monday 1 December 2014, The Vale of Glamorgan Council will be transferring its banking facilities from the Co-Operative Bank to Lloyds Bank. 

 

We hope that as far as possible there will be a seamless transition between the two banks, however, as a result of the new contract there are some things that will change:

 

New Bank Accounts details

Lloyds Bank (Barry Docks Branch)
140b Holton Road
Barry
Vale of Glamorgan

CF63 4TZ

Sort Code: 30-90-52
Account Number: 00006327
Account Name: Vale of Glamorgan Council General Fund

BACS and CHAPS

If you are making any payments by BACS or CHAPS from Monday 1 December 2014, please can you change your records to reflect the new bank details as shown above.

 

Please be assured that the Council has procedures in place for payments to our Co-Operative Bank account to be processed in the normal manner up until the end of February 2015, but payments received into this account after 1st March 2015 will be returned. During this period, the Council will be directly contacting customers in writing if changes to payment instructions are required

Standing Orders and Faster Payments (including Internet/Electronic Banking)

Customers that make payment to the Council by standing order or faster payment will need to either contact their bank to amend our bank account details or amend the payment instruction within their internet banking with effect from Monday 1 December 2014 to the new bank details as shown above.

 

Please be assured that the Council has procedures in place for payments to our Co-Operative Bank account to be processed in the normal manner up until the end of February 2015, but payments received into this account after 1st March 2015 will be returned. Certain standing orders will be automatically redirected by the banks. Where customers are required to make changes to their payment instruction we will be contacting them in writing directly.

Direct Debits

Where payments to the Council are collected by direct debit, no action is required by customers as payments will be transferred automatically to our new bank account.

Bill Payment Cards

For customers that make payment to the Council using a bill payment card, no action is required by customers as they can continue using the payment card at either the Post Office, shops displaying the PayPoint sign or the Civic Offices.
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