Paying your rent
We can take payments made with a debit or credit card - contact us.
Over the internet
Just visit www.allpayments.net, payments can be made with a debit card - such as Maestro, Delta or Switch - or by Credit Card.
Using the Allpay app
If you have a smartphone, why not pay your rent using the free Allpay app? The new app is available to download free of charge from the Apple App store and Google Play. The allpay App is free to use, but some network operators may charge for some services such as downloading or using the App, so please check with them. Find out more about how the app works: www.allpay.net/app
Direct Debit from your bank or building society
This has many advantages. Once you set it up you can forget about it. You can choose the 1st, 15th or 25th of the month to make payments. Because direct debit costs less to administer we can pass the savings back to you through improved services. Find out more about paying rent by direct debit. Download a form: Town and Country Housing Direct Debit [pdf] 554KB
At a Post Office
All Post offices accept rent payments. You can take your swipe card to any Post Office and the cashier will provide you with a receipt but will be unable to give you advice on how much you should pay or discuss your rent account.
At a PayPoint
Local shops and businesses displaying a PayPoint sign outside will take your rent using the swipe card. You should ensure you pay no later than the Wednesday of the payment week.
At the Tunbridge Wells Gateway
You can now pay your rent at the Gateway in Grosvenor Road, Tunbridge Wells. You can pay at the payment kiosk with cash, debit card or credit card, but remember to have your swipe card handy. You will not be able to get advice on how much you should pay or discuss your rent account.
Call 0844 557 8321. Payments can be made with a debit card - such as Maestro, Delta or Switch - or by Credit Card.
By Standing Order
A Standing Order is an instruction given to your bank or building society to pay us a set amount, at regular intervals (e.g. on the 1st of the month) for a specific period of time or until canceled.
Any person with a current account at a UK bank or building society can set up a standing order.
Download a form: Bank Standing Order Form [pdf] 19KB
You may send a cheque to Monson House. Please write your address and reference number on the back of the cheque.
Housing Benefit Direct
Most tenants on Housing Benefit agree to it being paid directly to us to eliminate any delay in payment and avoid rent arrears.
Please note that if you claim housing benefit to help pay your rent you may be affected by changes from April 2013. The changes mean that some people will get less housing benefit than they did before.
At Monson House
The Rent Desk is open as follows:
Monday 8.30am to 4.30pm
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 8.30am to 1pm
Friday 8.30am to 4pm.
Please remember to bring your swipe card.