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Paying your rent

Paying your rent

Follow the links below to pay your rent, or let us know if you're having financial problems.

It is a condition of your Havebury tenancy to ensure that your rent is paid in advance. If you are struggling to pay, contact us at myaccount@havebury.com or call 0300 3300 900, selecting options 2, 2, and 2.

Citizens Advice also offers useful information about financial concerns, or you can download a budget planner here.

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Access your rent account at myHavebury 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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Coronavirus and your finances

Coronavirus and your finances

Let us know if you're having financial problems because of Covid-19.

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How much should I pay?

How much should I pay?

Our Self Service Portal will outline your rent requirements. Log-in or sign up today.

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Make a payment

Make a payment

Set up your Direct Debit so your rent automatically comes out at a time to suit you.

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Request a Direct Debit

Request a Direct Debit

Click here if you would like to request a Direct Debit form to be sent through the post.

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Request a Payment Card

Request a Payment Card

Let us know if you need to request a new or replacement payment card.

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Behind with your rent?

Behind with your rent?

Havebury has a firm but fair approach to tenants who experience difficulty paying their rent.

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Corporate NEWS

Our Corporate Plan 2021-2026

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The Housing Ombudsman Service published a new Complaints Handling Code in July 2020.

All landlords were required to self-assess and publish against this code by 31 December 2020. Our assessment of this is here https://www.havebury.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Self-assessment-form-HHP.pdf

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