How to Pay your Rent and Other Payments

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Pay Online

Did you know you can make the following payments anytime day or night using your debit card through our safe and secure website;

  • Rent & Leasehold Charges
  • Concessionary TV Licence
  • Sale Invoices
  • Key Fobs
  • Repairs Service
  • Court Costs
  • Staff Mobile

It’s quick and simple and your payment will hit your account in minutes. 

Register once and your details are saved and after that paying your rent / making payments is easy. All you need is your tenancy reference number beginning 85 which can be found on your rent payment card or rent statement.

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By Phone

You can pay your rent and make other payments any time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please ensure you have your debit credit card and your payment reference number to hand.

  • Call us on 01274 254777 to pay using our automated payment line. You can also ring this number and speak to an advisor – Option 2 – between 07.30hrs and 20.00hrs to make a payment.


Direct Debit

Paying by Direct Debit is by far the easiest way of ensuring your rent is paid on time. The money goes in straight away and there is no danger you will forget to pay. Payments can be made weekly, fortnightly or monthly on a day that suits you. You will have peace of mind knowing your rent is always paid on time. It’s easy – just call the Income Team on tel: 01274 254777 or WebChat us through the link below.



You can pay your rent over the phone directly from your bank account if your bank offers a telebanking service. You will need to provide your bank with your tenancy reference number from your rent payment card and Incommunities bank details which are: 


Barclays Bank PLC

Account Number: 80498890

Sort Code: 20-12-12


In Person

The Quays
Victoria Street
Shipley BD17 7BN
telephone: 01274 257300

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You can pay your rent at any Post Office or Payzone outlet anywhere in the country but be sure to take your rent payment card with you.

This service is provided free of charge.

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Standing Order

A standing order is similar to a Direct Debit but it is set up by yourself via your own bank. You can download and fill in a standing order form here for you to take to your bank.  


Barclays Bank PLC

Account Number: 80498890

Sort Code: 20-12-12

Also include your tenancy reference number, the amount you wish to pay and the frequency of payment. Remember if you are not paying weekly you need to make arrangements to pay upfront.

Finally do not forget to tell us that you  have told us you have set up a standing order. Email us at telling how much you will be paying and how often. By doing this it will stop us from making unnecessary contact with you.


Bank Transfer/Direct Payment

You can arrange a direct payment through your own bank. You will need your tenancy reference number and Incommunities bank details: Barclays Bank PLC, Account Number 80498890, Sort Code 20-12-12

Kirklees, Leeds, Rotherham & Sheffield local authority customers

If you live in Kirklees, Leeds, Rotherham, or Sheffield Local Authority districts and use an Allpay rent payment swipe card, you can use your Allpay swiper card at any Post Office or retail outlet offering the PayPoint facility. You can also make payments online at Allpay. Download the Allpay app for Apple or Android smartphone. This is available to download for free from Apple App Store or Google Play.

What happens when your rent falls into arrears? 

As soon as your account falls into arrears we will contact you to find out why and try to help. However, we do have a range of options open to us for anyone continuously failing to pay their rent. These include taking arrears direct from benefit payments or even taking the matter to court.

Rent payment calendar

You can download a useful rent payment calendar to check when your rent is due - Incommunities Rent Payment Calendar 2021-2022.pdf


If you are having difficulty paying your rent please contact the Income Team on 01274 254777

There are a number of ways we can help – we can agree a payment plan with you, help you look into any benefits you may be entitled to or put you in touch with local organisations who can give you free financial advice.


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