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Direct Debit - You can set up a Direct Debit for payments weekly, fortnightly, every four weeks or calendar month.
You can pay your rent easily using our Allpay app which is available to download via the following link http://www.allpay.net/allpay-payment-app.
Online - You can make payments by using your PC, laptop or mobile device via the following link https://www.allpayments.net/Allpayments/Signin.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fallpayments.
You can pay your rent using your rent payment card where you see the Pay Point sign.
Telephone If you have a Debit or Credit card you can make one-off payments via the phone on 028 90 876 000 and select option 2. We also offer a recurring card payment service which is an easier, convenient and more secure way to make regular payments.
Cash or Cheque You can call at Clanmil offices or send a cheque or postal order to our Head office. Never send cash in the post. You need to allow three days for your payment to reach us in time.
If you wish to set up a direct debit or discuss any of our payment options please contact us on 028 90 876 000 and select option 2.
If you are unemployed or on a low income, you may be entitled to financial help with paying your rent. You can check your entitlement by logging on to www.entitledto.co.uk.
Find information on how to apply at http://www.nihe.gov.uk/index/benefits/housingbenefit/housing_benefit_advice.htm
We can help with your Housing Benefit Claim. Call our Money Advisors on 028 9087 7047.
If you're struggling to pay your rent for whatever reason give us a call URGENTLY, we have Money Advisors who can offer advice and support so you can manage your money better in the future.
You could lose your home if you do not pay your rent
Families living in the Dungannon area gathered at Dungannon Park on Friday 17th August for
A newly formed resident group in Ballymena has benefitted from a cash windfall after recei