Pay your housing rent
Your rent is charged in a 52 week payment cycle and is due weekly on a Monday in advance. The most popular way to pay is by monthly Direct Debit.
We no longer send out a rent card in the post as rent is charged every week (on Monday) - so it's easy to remember.
You should make your rent payments in advance, and if you don't already do so, work towards being a month in credit - which will protect you if you have an unforeseen change in circumstances.
If you are currently experiencing financial difficulties or are in receipt of Universal Credit, or have any vulnerabilities or disabilities that affect your ability to pay rent contact your Income Management Officer who will do everything they can to help and support you.
We can help make sure you are claiming all the benefit you are entitled to, help you budget and manage your finances better, and point you in the direction of debt advice and other money agencies.
- Universal Credit - a new benefit for working age people who are on a low income or out of work, and replaces six existing benefits.
- Further advice and community support useful links