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New term for housing associations.



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Registered social landlords

Registered social landlords are independent housing organisations, mostly housing associations.

6 Housing association tenancies (PDF)

How to apply for a housing association place and the rights that housing association tenants have. This includes people whose homes have been transferred from the council to a housing association.
Provided by Shelter
5 Housing association tenancies

Explains what rights you have as a tenant of a housing association or registered social landlord. Includes ending the tenancy, when the rent can be put up, who has responsibility for repairs, and how to complain if you have problems.
Provided by CLS Direct
2 Housing associations

If you want to get a housing association place, you will have to apply to go on a waiting list.
Provided by Shelter
3 Finding accommodation

Help with finding accommodation including local authority services for homeless people, accommodation agencies, accommodation schemes and deposits and premiums.
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1 Waiting lists for council housing

Explains who is eligible for council housing, how to apply and how the council decides who to house first. These rules can also apply to people applying for a housing association or housing co-op home in the area, and to existing council tenants who want a transfer.
Provided by Shelter
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