There are so many convenient ways to pay your rent which we’ve listed below. Paying by Direct Debit is one of the simplest and most convenient ways to pay your rent. Once the Direct Debit is set up, your rent payment will be collected on the same agreed date every month or more frequently if required. This will save you time and takes away much of the effort of paying your rent.
Your Housing Officer can assist with setting up a Direct Debit, please get in touch with them to discuss the various payment options available.
Use the form above to make a payment via World Pay, or visit www.worldpay.com enter your payment card or reference number.
Visit www.allpay.net and enter your payment card or reference number. Alternatively, you can download the allpay app for compatible mobile devices.
Set up an electronic BACS payment using your own online banking. Payments should be made to the below account. Please remember to provide your unique reference number from your rent statement. Similarly, you can use these details to set up a standing order.
Partick Housing Association
Sort code: 82-64-21
Account Number: 50064160
Request a Direct Debit form from our office or set it up over the phone.
Using your ‘allpay’ swipe card you can make a payment at the Post Office or any other location that displays the ‘Paypoint’ logo.
All debit and credit card payments can be made by calling into our office at 10 Mansfield Street between 10am and 12pm & 2pm and 4pm.
You can get help paying your rent if you’re eligible for Universal Credit. This is called your housing payment. The amount you receive depends on your income and circumstances. It can cover part or all of your rent. You can apply online at www.gov.uk/housing-and-universal-credit/how-to-claim.
Help to pay your rent is available if you are unemployed or on a low income. The amount you receive depends on your income and circumstances. It can cover part or all of your rent. Most people cannot apply for housing benefit if they are receiving universal credit. There is more information on how to apply online at www.glasgow.gov.uk.
If you are receiving housing benefit or housing costs within universal credit, but are still having difficulty meeting your rent payments, you may be able to get extra help from the Discretionary Housing Payment (DHP) Fund. There is more information on how to apply online at www.glasgow.gov.uk.
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