You can pay your rent in a number of different ways, including direct debit, standing order, Allpay or in person at our main offices.
We can also offer support and advice if you're having difficutly paying your rent.
You can pay your rent by direct debit, online, over the phone, in person, or at a Paypoint outlet. Learn more
Housing Benefit is a regular council payment to help pay your rent. You may be eligible for Housing Benefit if you are on a low income or claiming Benefits.Learn more
Universal Credit is a single monthly payment for people in or out of work, which merges together some of the Benefits and Tax Credits you might be getting now. Universal Credit will replace Income-based Jobseeker's Allowance and Income-related Employment and Support Allowance.Learn more
As our tenant, you are responsible for ensuring your rent is paid and kept up to date at all times. Your rent is due each week. This means that you must have paid your rent by Friday (or the last working day if there is a bank holiday at the end of the week). Learn more
If you need help and advice on managing your money, our Welfare Benefits Officer, Andrea Peacock can help. Call 03000 11 00 11 and ask for Andrea. Learn more