Making your payments
When you make your payments on time, you contribute to the continuously improving service Lambeth Housing runs for you and your neighbours. Late payments mean Lambeth Housing has less to spend on repairing and improving your home and the area you live in.
How to pay your rent
You can pay your rent in several easy and convenient ways.
There is a surcharge of 1.65% if you make a payment by credit card. There is no charge to use your debit card to make a payment.
You can make a payment online using Lambeths secure payment site by clicking the link at the top of this page.
You can now pay your rent by direct debit.
To set-up a Direct Debit please call the Lambeth Living Call Centre on 020 7926 6000. You can also speak to a member of staff in the Lambeth Civic Centre.
Cash payment can now be made at PayPoint outlets accross the country. Outlets providing this facility include newsagents, supermarkets and petrol stations. Just take your existing rent or garage swipe card to a PayPoint with your rent payment.
The 24 hour automated hotline number for making payments by credit or debit card is 0208 290 2086.
To make regular automatic payments direct from your bank
account please contact the Lambeth Service Centre on 020 7926 6000 or visit your local/ area housing office for a standing order mandate form or more information.
Payments can be made in the cashiers' office at:
6 Brixton Hill,
Open Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm.
Using your existing rent or garage swipe card. Hand your swipe card and payment to the cashier, the cashier will credit your payment and give you a receipt.
It's easy to keep up-to-date with your rent payments. We send out rent statements four times a year, or you can telephone the Waltham Estate RMO office on 020 7926 9083 or email to Waltham Estate RMO office on email@example.com, for a balance update.
The tenancy conditions, which you sign at the start of your tenancy mean that by law, you must pay your rent regularly and not get into debt. If you do not pay your rent on time or you do not pay at all we will have to take legal action and we could end your tenancy.
Our service standards
Your tenancy agreement with Lambeth Housing means that, by law, you must pay your rent regularly and not get into arrears. We will give you clear information about paying your rent and advice if you have difficulties in keeping up payments.