Housing options - help and advice
What you need to do
Get advice early
Many people lose their homes or have their housing rights ignored because they waited too long before getting advice.
The more information you give us, the quicker we can give you proper advice. Please let us see any useful documents as soon as you can.
Housing options interview
The interview may be in person or over the phone and you should bring (or make available) all relevant paperwork with you, for example:
- Your tenancy agreement
- Notice to Quit/Leave
- Letters from your landlord, family or relative who wants you to leave
- Notice seeking possession or court documents
- Arrears letters
- Contact made with your landlord about repair requests
A housing options adviser will talk to you about your current situation, discuss any difficulties you are having and help you look at your options to either:
- Help you stay in your current home
- Find alternative housing
Looking at your individual circumstances, we'll give you realistic advice. We will help you explore your housing options and choices.
We can also:
- Negotiate with your landlord or parents
- Give information about your rights as a tenant and how to get any problems sorted
- Give advice and put you in touch with money and debt advice specialists
- Give advice on mediation, counselling and long-term housing support