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    Your tenancy

    Helping you make the right move

    We have a variety of tenancies on offer to suit your needs. In this section we will help find the best tenancy to suit your need. Sign up
  • Tenancy Type 01

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  • Tenancy Type 02

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  • Tenancy Type 03

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  • Ending a tenancy

    We are a social landlord and work with the Local Authority to help house people and all of our homes have to be let by a criteria to ensure we can demonstrate fairness. The only situation where you could take over someone else’s tenancy would be when you live at the property, you are related to the tenant and that tenant dies.
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  • Agreement

    When you first move into one of our homes, you will be given a ‘Starter Tenancy’ which can be ended by giving 2 months notice anytime in the first 12 months. If there are no problems (which could include not paying your rent, bad behaviour with neighbours or causing problems in the local community) after 12 months the tenancy then becomes ‘Assured’ and can only be ended by the court. View in full
  • Right to buy

    Our tenants do not have the compulsory Right To Buy their homes like Council Tenants have, however some tenants have the Right To Acquire their home. The Right To Acquire applies to properties that were bought or built after the 1st of April 1997 and you should ask your Housing Officer if this applies to you View in full
  • CS Charter/Standards

    We have our own customers charter to make sure our customers get the best service. View in full
  • Problematic neighbours

    The association wants to ensure that all its tenants and residents can live in peace and not experience tension because of other people in the area. If you have a problem with other tenants or other people in the area contact your housing officer and they can help you by encouraging better behaviour from neighbours or arranging mediation. We work with a range of people including the local authority and the police force to encourage good behaviour from all members of the community and although you can often sort our problems yourself we might be able to help.
  • Letting to other tenants

    When you become one of our tenants you are legally obliged to occupy the property as your ‘Main and Principle Home’. You can go on holiday or stay with friends and family for an extended period but you must not take another tenancy or buy a property. This means that you could not let out the whole of your property. The association is very strict in this area and will end your tenancy without delay if this is the case. You can however take in a lodger in certain circumstances, but only after getting our written permission.