Standing Order Guide

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Please find your bank from the list below, and follow the steps to set up your standing order for rent!

  • If your bank isn't on this list, please let us know and we'll add it!
  • At the time of signing the contract, you will also be sent details on the standing order that you need to set up. You can use these details in conjunction with our bank details to complete the standing order!


General Guide

Via Phone and Branch Banking

  • If you don't have online banking, please phone your bank or visit them at a branch to set up the standing order! You can use the information provided from us to set it up!

Via Online Banking

Once you've got to the correct page on your online banking, it's time to use the information provided by us to set up your standing order!

The important values are:

  • Initial payment and amount
  • Recurring payment and amount
  • End payment

For example, let's say your rent is £500 per calendar month, your tenancy starts on the 1st of July, and it ends on the 30th of June. (Please Note that if you're paying quarterly, the dates and payments will be different!)s

  • The initial payment would be £500 (or 3x this amount if paying quarterly), and is due 2 working days before your tenancy starts - 29th June in this case!
  • The regular payments would be £500 on the 1st of every month, starting from the 1st of August.
  • The final payment would be £500 on the 1st of June next year.

A list of fields that may or may not be required include:

  • The account you wish to pay the standing order from
  • The frequency of the payments [Usually monthly, unless you have agreed with us to pay rent every 3 months (quarterly)]
  • The day of the month to pay the standing order [This should nearly always be the 1st of the month]
  • The usual payment amount [Your monthly/quarterly rental amount]
  • Payment reference [This should be your flat identifier, e.g. 'MGF01' for Flat 1, Maple Gardens' etc.]
  • First payment date [2 working days before the start of your tenancy - we need to be in receipt of the first month's rent before we release keys to you!]
  • Last payment date [The start of the month that is the end of your tenancy]
  • Our bank account details


Barclays

Barclays - Online Banking

  1. Log in to Online Banking. [Find out how here]
  2. Select 'Move money' from your account homepage. Select 'Transfers and standing orders'
  3. Then 'Set up a standing order'
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions and choose the person or organisation you want to make payments to - you'll need to use PINsentry to authorise the payment

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Barclays - Mobile Banking

  1. Log in to the app using your secure passcode
  2. Scroll down to 'Account management'
  3. Tap on 'Manage payments'
  4. Then 'Standing orders'
  5. Select the account you want to pay the standing order form and tap 'New standing order'
  6. Then follow the on-screen instructions

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Bank of Scotland

  1. From the 'My accounts' page, select 'Make a payment' next to the relevant account
  2. Next to 'Looking to make a regular payment?', select 'Set up a standing order'
  3. Follow the on-screen instruction to create the standing order

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Co-operative Bank

  1. Log in to your online banking
  2. At the bottom of your Accounts homepage, click 'Move Money'
  3. Choose the 'Regular Payment' option whilst entering the details
  4. You will need to use your card reader to confirm the payment

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Halifax

  1. In your online banking, select 'More Actions' next to the relevant account
  2. Choose the 'Set up a standing order' option under 'Direct Debits and standing orders' tab
  3. Follow the on-screen instruction to create the standing order

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HSBC

  1. Log into Online Banking, click on 'Manage' to select 'Standing orders'
  2. Fill in the information required on screen and confirm your selection


Lloyds Bank

  1. From your accounts page, click the account you want to pay the standing order from
  2. Select the 'Direct Debits & Standing orders' tab
  3. Click 'Set up Standing Order'
  4. Fill in the information and confirm the standing order
  • Alternatively: Click 'Help & contact us' from the top after logging in
  • Click 'Show me how to...'
  • Click 'Set up a new standing order' and follow the steps!

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Nationwide

  1. Log in to the Internet Bank
  2. Find 'Pay a bill or send money to someone'
  3. Choose your account and select 'Regular payment'
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions

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NatWest

NatWest - Online Banking

  1. Log in to Online Banking at [www.nwolb.com www.nwolb.com]
  2. Select 'Payments and transfers' from the left-hand menu
  3. Under the 'Standing orders' heading select 'Create a standing order'
  4. Type in the payee's name
  5. Type in their bank account number
  6. Type in their sort code
  7. Type in a reference
  8. Select a payment period
  9. Click 'Next'
  10. Choose the account the standing order is to be paid from
  11. Enter the amount
  12. Select when and how often you want your standing order to be paid
  13. Click 'Next'
  14. A summary of your standing order will be displayed, check the details and authorise with your card-reader
  15. Once authorised with your card-reader, your new standing order will be set up

NatWest - Mobile App

  1. Log into your mobile app
  2. Select the account that you want to set up the standing order to come from
  3. Select the 'Standing order' section
  4. Select the '+' icon at the top right of the screen to add a new standing order
  5. Choose your payee from the lists provided - either to a payee, company or your own account
  6. Follow the on-screen steps to set up the description, amount and payment intervals
  7. Review and confirm the details

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Royal Bank of Scotland

  1. Log into Online banking and click on 'Payments and transfers' in the top left-hand side of the screen
  2. Under 'Standing Orders (Regular Payments from your Bank Account)' click on create a new Standing Order and follow instructions provided
  3. You will need to use a Card Reader to set up the Standing Order.

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Santander UK

  1. From 'My Accounts' choose the 'Standing Orders' tab
  2. Select 'Set up standing order' from the left-hand menu
  3. Choose from the list: Regular payment from my account to another UK account
  4. Complete the easy to follow form and click 'Continue'
  5. Confirm the details of your instruction are correct, enter the One Time Passcode (OTP) code that will have been sent to your registered mobile number and click 'Confirm'

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