Important information for suppliers
Implementation of no purchase order, no payment policy to all suppliers
Cheshire East Borough Council are implementing a No Purchase Order/No Pay policy (No Purchase Order/No Payment) policy from 1st January 2012.
This policy is to be introduced to enable both a more efficient process within Cheshire East and enable us to provide faster payments to suppliers (as within the agreed terms of trade).
Any invoice received from the 1st January 2012 that does not quote a valid Purchase Order number will be returned and will not be paid.
If you have received an official Purchase Order from Cheshire East you should enter the Purchase Order number onto the invoice and resubmit. If you have not received a valid Purchase Order you should contact the person that requested the goods and/or services asking them to forward a valid Purchase Order to you; the invoice should then be re-submitted and will be paid.
Please re-submit invoices to:
Cheshire East Council
PO Box 3655
More information and frequently asked questions can be found on our No Purchase Order/No Pay page.
Please note this policy does not effect payments from Schools.
Procurement suppliers terms and conditions
Cheshire East Council Standard Terms and Conditions (PDF, 132KB)
Cheshire East Borough Council (where the goods/services are care related) Standard Terms and Conditions (PDF, 188KB)
National Fraud Initiative (NFI)
Cheshire East Council is under a duty to protect the public funds it administers and to this end may use the information you provide on this form for the prevention and detection of fraud.
It may also share this information with other bodies responsible for auditing or administering public funds for these purposes.
These data sharing exercises will satisfy data protection and human rights principles. For further details see our National Fraud Initiative page or telephone us on 0300 123 5500.