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About your rent at Havebury

About your rent at Havebury

Follow the links below to pay your rent, set up a Direct Debit or let us know of any financial problems.

As a Havebury tenant, it is a condition of your tenancy to ensure that your rent is paid in advance.

If you are struggling to pay, please contact us at myaccount@havebury.com to find out how we can help or call 0300 3300 900 option 2,2,2.

You can also find out more about our benefits team here.

If you are in debt please speak to us to see how we can help. You can also find useful information on the Citizens Advice website.

myHavebury

myHavebury

myHavebury allows you to access your rent account and repairs information from your laptop, tablet or mobile phone, 24 hours a day.

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Coronavirus and your benefits

Coronavirus and your benefits

Find out the latest information about where you can get help and advice.

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How much should I pay?

How much should I pay?

To find out how much rent you need to pay, sign up for access or log into the Self Service Portal.

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Make a payment

Make a payment

You can pay any day Direct Debit on a weekly, fortnightly, four weekly, and monthly basis.

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Request a Direct Debit

Request a Direct Debit

If you would like to request a Direct Debit form to be posted to you.

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Request a Payment Card

Request a Payment Card

If you would like 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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