Council tenants and leaseholders
Information for council tenants and leaseholders who live in houses, flats and sheltered accommodation.
We would really like to hear your views in order to help us improve housing services (closing date: 31 October 2021).
Council properties that are currently available to rent by council tenants.
Keep up to date with the latest news for tenants and leaseholders.
Information about your council rent including ways to pay and help if you're struggling to pay.
As well as repairs and regular maintenance that we carry out, there may be improvements or changes that you might want to make to your home.
All of our tenants deserve to feel safe and be treated fairly at all times.
Get involved in one of our groups or panels to let us know what you think about the housing service and how it can be improved.
If you bought your flat or maisonette under the government's 'Right To Buy' scheme, or bought from someone who already owns the property, you purchase the lease of that property and are a council leaseholder.
You can transfer to other council housing or do a mutual home swap if you want to move house.
If you want to move to council housing outside Swansea, our housing options team can give you advice on how to apply to other councils.
If you are thinking of ending your tenancy there are certain things you need to do before you leave.
All council tenants have a Neighbourhood Officer who can help you with your tenancy and oversee the area where you live.
Local authority housing or council housing is long term, low cost accommodation. You will need to complete an application to join our housing needs register.
Contact details, locations, facilities and accessibility information for all our area housing offices.
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