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    Pay your rent
    Find out all the different ways you can pay your rent, and what we can do to help if you have questions or sometimes struggle to make your payments.

    Rents from 6 April 2020

    The way we set rents is based on a formula that the government sets and takes into account things like the value and size of your home and average local income levels. Back in 2016 the government passed the Welfare Reform and Work Act and, since then, tenants living in homes for social rent have seen the amount of rent they pay go down each year by 1%. Following a government consultation, this policy has changed and means that we, like other housing associations, can increase rents by the Consumer Price Index (CPI) plus 1%. Please check your annual rent notice which provides details of your new rent and what to do if you receive Housing Benefit or Universal Credit. 

    Ways to pay your rent

    By direct debit 
    This is a quick and simple way to pay your rent. Once you set up a Direct Debit, payments are made automatically, giving you one less thing to think about. To set up Direct Debit payments, please call us on 0300 123 9966.  

    Standing order
    You can instruct your bank to pay a set amount of money automatically weekly or monthly. Please contact your customer accounts advisor (or your neighbourhood officer if you live in Berkshire) for a form to set up a standing order, or download a standing order mandate [PDF.79KB].

    On the phone
    Call 0300 123 9966 during office hours (8.00am to 6.00pm) and have your debit or credit card details ready.

    Online
    Pay your rent online via MyOneHousing.

    Swipe and Allpay cards
    You can pay your rent at any post office or any PayPoint outlet. You can use cash or cheques at the post office and cash only at PayPoints. Don’t forget to keep your receipts safe. To request a new card, contact our Income team on 0300 123 9966.

    By post
    Please send your cheque to: One Housing, Atelier House, 64 Pratt Street, London NW1 0DL.

    Remember to write your name, address and rent account number on the back of the cheque.

    By telephone or internet banking
    You can pay your rent directly from your bank account. You will have to give your unique rent account number as a reference to prevent any delays with the payment reaching your account.

    However you choose to pay, you must give us your full name and address and rent account number. If you are unsure about this, ask your customer accounts advisor (your neighbourhood officer, for Berkshire residents).

    One Housing residents should use the bank details below:

    One Housing Group 
    Rent collection account
    Sort code 20-67-59
    Account number 93936074
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