Council housing and tenancy information
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.
Find out more about council housing and apply online.
When you are offered housing you will be able to view the property first. If you accept the property you will need to sign a tenancy agreement with us.
We can provide you with the essential furniture you need to help make your house into a home.
When you have accepted your accommodation and signed the tenancy agreement then you will be ready to move in and get set up in your new home.
Information on buildings and contents insurance for council tenants.
Information about paying rent for council tenants.
This link will take you to our housing video playlist on YouTube.
Our Tenancy Support Unit provide housing-related support and advice to home owners, housing association tenants, council tenants and those who rent from the private sector.
We take the issue of housing tenancy fraud very seriously and have a number of internal checks in place in order to both prevent and uncover such fraud.
If you are thinking of ending your tenancy there are certain things you need to do before you leave.
Information for council tenants and leaseholders who live in houses, flats and sheltered accommodation.
All of our tenants deserve to feel safe and be treated fairly at all times.