The Housing Options Service aims to prevent people becoming homeless by providing advice and assistance to help people find a solution to their housing problem.
The Housing Register is available to anyone 18 years of age or over who wish to apply for a property. However, due to a shortage of social housing, availability is usually limited to those who are in the most need.
Are you at risk of homelessness
The council can offer you an assessment of your housing circumstances and provide you with advice and assistance
The earlier you contact us the more successful we will be in preventing you from losing your home
- Are you unable to continue to pay your rent?
- Are you in private rented accommodation and the landlord has served you with a notice?
- Have you been asked to leave your family home?
- Has your relationship broken down or become violent or abusive?
- Are you unable to continue to pay your mortgage?
If you answer yes to any of these questions please email brief details together with your contact telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us on 01543 462621.
For further information you can visit the Government's website page on homelessness.
A member of our dedicated Housing Options Team will respond to you directly
We are extremely busy with calls so we may not respond immediately.We thank you for your patience at this difficult time.
What does the Housing Options service do?
Help you keep your existing home
Help you explore your housing options
Give advice on the council's statutory duties
We can help with
Negotiating with landlords
Advice about paying your mortgage
Fast track claims for Housing Benefit and LHA
Assistance if affected by domestic violence
Referral to tenancy support services
Referral to supported housing schemes
Help to find accommodation in the private sector