There is a high demand for council and housing association housing in Camden. Many
people are not eligible to apply, either because they haven’t lived in the borough
for 5 out of the last 7 years or because they don’t have sufficient housing need,
as assessed in the Housing Allocations Scheme. However there are other
You can apply to swap your home with another tenant through Mutual Exchange.
You may be eligible for the Housing Moves scheme, which enables tenants who need to move to other London boroughs.
Tenants over the age of 60 who wish to move out of London may be eligible for the Seaside and Country Homes Scheme
If you are a private tenant we can provide advice or information about your legal rights as a tenant on repairs, rent, security of tenure, deposits, harassment and illegal eviction.
Renting from a private landlord offers the quickest and most flexible housing option
for most people. Over 25% of Londoners live in the private rented sector, which can
provide a good quality home in the area of your choice.
Some housing providers offer working households flats to rent at less than you would pay a private landlord. These are known as intermediate rent homes. There are also some opportunities to buy on a shared ownership basis, where you purchase a share in a property and pay rent to a housing association or a local authority on the rest. Intermediate rent and shared ownership housing is often referred to collectively as intermediate housing.
If you are homeless or at risk of homelessness it is important to get advice as early as possible. We may be able to prevent you from becoming homeless or, in some cases, we may be able to assist you to find alternative accommodation.
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