Our payment details have changed - If you pay using standing order

Important information for customers who pay using standing order, Faster Payment or BACS

4 October 2017 - Latest news

If you pay your rent by standing order, Faster Payment or BACS, you will need to update your payment details from Monday, October 9, 2017.

All believe housing banking is being moved to Lloyds Banking Group. As part of this move, new banking information is now available for tenants making payments. This applies to tenants of Durham City Homes, East Durham Homes, and Dale & Valley Homes.

Standing order forms featuring the updated information are available to download here. Alternatively the full details for each landlord are as follows:

 

For Dale & Valley Homes Customers the new bank details are:

Account name  Dale & Valley Homes Ltd

Sort Code 30-80-12

Account Number 15539860

 

For Durham City Homes customers the new bank details are:

Account name: DCH – Income

Sort Code 30-80-12

Account Number 15530068

 

For East Durham Homes customers the new bank details are:

Account name: East Durham Homes Ltd

Sort Code 30-80-12

Account Number 15547760

We’ll also be including this information in rent statements for all customers.

 

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