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Ways to pay your rent

There are many ways to pay your rent, you can choose one that suits you.

Direct debit
Direct debit allows us to collect payments by giving you 14 days' notice. Your payments are covered by the Direct debit guarantee. This gives you reassurance that your payments are protected. Give us a call and we can help you set a direct debit up. Our adobepdf icon Direct debit flyer [501kb] explains more.

Paying online
To pay your rent online using your All pay swipe card, just go to www.allpayments.net

If you're logging in for the first time, you'll be asked to create a new AllPayments password.

In person
You can pay your rent by cash or cheque. Using your plastic All pay card, you can pay with cash or cheque at over 45,000 places in the UK. This includes post offices, PayPoint and some e-pay outlets. If you would like more information on the places in your local area or where you can use your card, call us, or go to http://www.allpay.net/

By phone
By debit or credit card - use this with your swipe card to pay by phone. 

  • STEP 1 Call your Income Management Officer on 0800 121 60 60*
  • STEP 2 They can take your rent payment over the phone using your debit or credit card.
  • STEP 3 That's it!

Lost your rent payment card? No problem. We can still take payments while your new card is on order. For more information call your Income Management Officer on 0800 121 60 60* or 01795 434606**

By text
Pay by text message on your mobile. You will need to register at: http://www.allpayments.net/

Housing Benefit Direct

If you are claiming Housing Benefit, you can ask your local council to pay your rent straight to us. However, it is still your responsibility to make sure that we are receiving the payment.

Important
Please don't pay by cash or cheque without using your swipe card.
Please don't send any payments by post.