Housing advice and support
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Most of us want to stay living independently at home. Help is available for a number of things you may have difficulty with in your home, including practical and personal care.
Guidance for owners of empty properties on how they can utilise the empty space.
How the council can help to fund adaptations in your home if you have a permanent disability.
Organisations that may be able to help you If you are finding it difficult to manage financially.
Local non-profit organisations that can help with housing, financial hardship and other support.
This guaranteed rent scheme offers homeowners the opportunity to place their self-contained properties into a leasing scheme with housing associations and private letting agents.
How letting agents can help the council with housing in RBKC.
Support services for residents who may be at risk of losing their homes.
Advice on, and help to resolve overcrowding.
The Housing and Worklessness Project aims to improve the way the council works with housing associations in the borough.
How to report anti-social behaviour and crime.
Guidance on the tenants' deposit protection scheme.
How the council can help landlords to let their properties.
For authorities to notify the council that a service user may be at risk of becoming homeless.
For residents of the Lancaster West Estate or Bramley House at the time of the Grenfell tragedy.
Information collected by the Housing team and how we use it.
How the Housing Needs division uses the information it collects
Use our online form to report antisocial behaviour to Housing Management.
Apply for parking on housing estates through a variety of different types of permits.
How to set up your online service account with Housing Management.
Ways for Council Tenants to pay their rent.
Advice for Council Tenants on what they may need to insure.
Information on the Key Worker Accomodation Pilot Programme
Advice for landlords