Paying Your Rent

Weekly rent is charged every Monday, a rent account will be in arrears if a payment has not been received within the week in which it falls due.

Rent should be paid in advance of the payment cycle that you choose.

If you are a joint tenant, both tenants are jointly liable for the rent payment. One of you is still liable, even if the other leaves the home and you are still on the tenancy.

This year is a 53 week payment year, are you prepared to pay this? More information is available here.

Paying your rent

How to pay your rent

We will offer a range of payment methods:

  • Direct Debit (weekly, monthly, fortnightly, 4 weekly, all days/dates)
  • Payment by swipe card with cash, cheques or debit card ( At Post Offices or Paypoints throughout the country)
  • Pay by telephone via debit and credit card Call 01452 424344. We can set up a reoccurring card payment to take ongoing payments.
  • Pay online via MyGCH.
  • Housing Benefit direct to us as your landlord.

Please note that if you need to make a claim for Universal Credit we can assist you with your claim please contact us for assistance.

If you fall behind with your rent payments:

  • We will inform you promptly when you fall into rent arrears.
  • We will advise you of the course of action we will take, and the consequences of non-payment.
  • We will take legal action against tenants who fail to pay rent and other charges.
  • We will negotiate realistic repayment arrangements for arrears.
  • We will offer Tenancy Sustainment help, support and advice.

If you need a replacement rent card, please email or phone 01452 42 43 44.

More information about paying your rent