Housing advice

Housing Options team

Our Housing Options Team can provide you with information, assistance and advice to help you to resolve your housing situation.  If you would like to talk to our Housing Options officers about any of the areas below please call 01252 774420 or email Housing@hart.gov.uk.

Information about all aspects of housing advice can be found by visiting Hart Housing Options Online this is an easy to use online tool that provides information about the housing options and support services that you are eligible for. Alternatively more information can be found below.

You can also access information about a range of other services that offer advice, guidance and support through our Housing Directory of Services.

Homelessness

If you are homeless or at risk of homelessness, it is important that you contact us immediately. Our Housing Options team will aim to prevent you becoming homeless and give you advice on what housing options are available to you. During office hours please call into the council offices or telephone 01252 774420.

If you are in immediate need of emergency accommodation outside of office hours you should call 0845 677 0678.

If you are a member of the public and would like to report a rough sleeper you can do this by:

  • Calling our Housing Options team during office hours on 01252 774420 or email housing@hart.org.uk
  • If you are concerned about a person who you think may be sleeping rough outside of office hours then you can contact Housing Services on 0845 677 0678.
  • You can also report a rough sleeper through the StreetLink website or call them on 0300 500 0914 and this information will be reported to the relevant local authority.

If you have concerns about the welfare and safety of an individual, especially if you are reporting them as a rough sleeper outside of office hours, then you should also inform the police on 101.

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Useful Websites:

Domestic Violence

If you need to leave your home because you are being abused by someone you are living with, please contact:

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Housing Register

Hart District Council does not own any council properties but we do provide a housing register for people who want a home from one of the Housing Associations in the Hart District. You can apply to join the register by completing our online form at the Hart Homes website.

There is a severe shortage of social housing in the District so it is likely you will have to wait a long time to be offered a property. The average waiting times will give you an idea of how long people wait.

Our Allocations Policy will show you how we prioritise Housing Register applications. If you think you might be eligible for a medical assessment then you can contact the Housing Options team for more information.  

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Mortgage advice

If you are finding it hard to pay your mortgage or facing repossession and have not been able to resolve the situation with your landlord or mortgage lender, or just need some initial advice, contact the Housing Options Team.

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Useful Websites:

Private Renting

If you are living in a private rented property the Gov.uk website has lots of information to assist you with queries including repairs, arrears and disputes.

If you are looking for private rented accommodation you could try contacting:

These websites are for information only and not a recommendation from the Council.

If you are a tenant or landlord and would like information and advice on your rights and responsibilities, how to deal with disagreements and fair rents, you may find the following websites useful:

Landlords can also visit:

If you are unable to raise your own deposit you may be eligible for our Deposit Guarantee Scheme. For further information please contact the Housing Options Team.

If you are a Landlord interested in renting out a property please contact our Rent Deposit Team for further information on 01252 774420.

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Armed Forces Personnel

Haig Housing is the leading UK provider of rental housing for ex-Service people.

Help to Buy South has information on shared ownership schemes for both serving and ex service people.

You can find further useful information in the leaflets below:

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