Creating an account is easy, and it only takes a few minutes. All you need is your email address and payment reference number.
Your username and password are unique to you. Our website also uses industry-standard best security (SSL 128-bit encryption) to keep your details safe and protected.
Please do not share your login or password details with anyone else as this will enable them to access your personal data. If you suspect that your online services account security has been breached please contact us so that we can take steps to place a hold on your account.
Your can reset your password here and we'll email you a unique link so you can choose a new one.
Please contact the Customer Service Centre to let us know you have changed your email address and that the access to the Online Service account is removed.
Once this has been done you will be able to register for another Online Service account with your new email address.
Your payment reference number can be found on your rent statement.
Yes. You can download your statement and you will be able to print from your computer.
Please contact the Customer Service Centre to advise us if you want access to the Online Service account removing.
An account can be opened again at any time using your new email details should you wish to sign up again in the future.
Direct Debit: same working day it is taken from your bank account
Debit card: the following working day
Swipe card, bank transfer and standing orders: up to 5 working days
Cheque or cash: up to 7 working days.
If you have a court cost account, this will be from costs which were awarded by a judge at a previous court hearing.
The recharge account includes the cost of any rechargeable repairs made to your property.
You will no longer receive a paper copy of your statement through the post if you register to view your rent account online.
You can download and print a copy of your statement using the print option on your computer.
Yes. Download your statement and you will be able to print from your computer.
See our Help and Support pages.
You can also get advice from the National Debtline, the Consumer Credit Council and Christians Against Poverty.