To discuss your rent account you can call Castles & Coasts on 0800 085 1171, between the hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm, Monday to Friday
You can view your rent account online. You can make payments at any time, day or night, using your debit card by signing up to our Residents‘ Portal. To register for an account all you need is your ‘Tenancy Reference’ number. You can find this reference on any letter you have received from CCHA.
There are a number of different payment methods available to Castles & Coasts residents, these are detailed below.
Remember, your rent should always be paid in advance.
Just quote your ‘Tenancy Reference’.
Our bank details are:
Account No: 90866105
Sort Code: 20-18-62
You can make payments at any time, day or night, using your debit card, by signing up to our Residents' Portal. Click here to register now and enjoy the benefits of using the Castles & Coasts online Residents‘ Portal.
You can make a payment over the phone by contacting a member of our Customer Services Team on 0800 085 1171 who will be happy to take payment using your debit card over the phone.
AllPay customers can continue making payments using your current methods of AllPay payment.
These include over the phone, online, via direct debit, and payments at shops and locations that process Allpay payment cards.
You can use your Allpay swipe card at any location which displays the PayPoint logo or any Post Office.
Important Information on Payments
If you fail to keep up with rent payments, your account will fall into arrears. At this point, the Association will contact you to advise you of the outstanding balance and to request payment.
If you fail to respond, or fail to keep, to agreements to repay the debt in a reasonable time, legal proceedings will be started. These legal proceedings could ultimately result in the loss of your home.
If you are in financial difficulties, it is important that you let us know as quickly as possible so that we can help you work out a way to pay. If this applies to you, please contact Castles & Coasts as soon as possible.
To speak to the Income Team about arrears, or discuss how you pay your rent, please use the following telephone number 0800 085 1171 (free from landlines and mobiles).
You can also get free, impartial and confidential advice about getting a bank account, debt, budgeting, managing money, work, redundancy and benefits from:
For further advice, please visit our Money Advice section.