Your home

Your home

Make your house, a home

Your responsibilities include the efficient upkeep of your home, helping to reduce anti-social behaviour, and seeking permission before making any alterations. Below, we have added some useful links to ensure we all play our part in keeping your home a safe and comfortable place to live.

How to become a resident

How to become a resident

Want to become a tenant or a Shared Owner? Find out how here

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Tenants' Handbook

Tenants' Handbook

The Tenants' Handbook tells you everything you need to know about your tenancy.

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Managing your tenancy

Managing your tenancy

Find out how you can manage your tenancy, from moving out to reporting illegal subletting.

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Payments, rents and service charges

Payments, rents and service charges

Find out more about your rent, benefits you may be entitled to and more.

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Home Contents Insurance

Home Contents Insurance

Insure your contents and get peace of mind that your possessions are covered if the worst happens.

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Mould and condensation

Mould and condensation

Suffering from mould and condensation in the home? Read our helpful guide to getting rid of it.

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Repairs

Repairs

You can contact us 24/7 if you need to report a repair to your property.

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Looking after your home

Looking after your home

Find out how you can look after your home from permissions and alterations to dealing with condensation and mould.

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Staying safe in your home

Staying safe in your home

Want some tips of how to stay safe in your home? Click here.

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General News NEWS

Energy saving tips January 2022

We have put together some energy-saving tips to keep those bills low with help from The Energy Team at Compare The Market. Use a smart power strip. Did you know, the average household is...

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General News NEWS

We have appointed a new Strategic Board Chair Designate

Howard has been appointed to a current Board Vacancy ahead of taking up the Chair role following our Annual General Meeting in September, when Ian Mashiter will step down having reached his full term...

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