Housing

This section contains information and advice on housing in the town, including council housing

  • Housing Allocations Scheme (New)
    Information about the new Housing Allocations Scheme which is being introduced early 2015.
  • Homelessness and Housing Advice
    Information about the services that we can offer, our Housing Advice and Homeless teams and our customer service commitments.
  • Council housing
    Information for council tenants and leaseholders.
  • Housing Associations
    Information about Housing Associations and details of housing associations that have homes in Stevenage.
  • Private Sector Housing
    Information on private sector housing within the town including Houses in Multiple Occupation, Home Improvement Grants, Energy Efficiency Grants, Public Health, Empty Properties and Private Property Compulsory Acquisition
  • Right to Buy
    Information for tenants who would like to buy their council home.
  • Supporting People scheme - housing related support
    Housing-related support services aim to prevent homelessness and help people do things for themselves so that they can continue living at home, rather than go into hospital or residential care.
  • Affordable housing - help to buy
    Information about a number of affordable housing schemes available to qualifying applicants that are an alternative to traditional social rented housing.
  • Housing Policies and Strategies
    Our strategies and policies relating to our Housing Allocation Scheme, Affordable Housing, Homelessness, Housing, Social Housing, Housing Business Plan and our Right to Buy Discount Policy.
  • First Step – Local Authority Mortgage Scheme
    Stevenage Borough Council is working to develop a new mortgage scheme that will help first-time buyers take their first step on to the housing ladder.
  • Support for you
    Supported Housing offers a wide range of support services to residents in Stevenage to help them to live independently in their home.
  • Leaseholders
    Information for leaseholders
  • Home Contents Insurance
    The council manages and maintains tenants' homes but does not insure tenants' personal belongings, household goods and contents. We strongly recommend that all tenants take out household contents insurance.

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