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  • Housing

    Housing Housing issues will always arise and therefore you need to know your rights and responsibilities. You could also find yourself threatened with eviction if you can't cope with your mortgage

  • Discrimination in housing

    Checking if it's discrimination Check if your housing problem is discrimination Check if you're disabled under the Equality Act If someone's harassed you in housing Taking action Asking

  • Housing Benefit

    Help with your Housing Benefit claim Check if you can get Housing Benefit Check how much Housing Benefit you can get Check if the Benefit Cap will affect your Housing Benefit How to claim Housing

  • Student housing

    Student housing Many students live away from home when they go to university. Whether you're living in university halls of residence or privately rented accommodation, it's important to know what

  • Repairs in rented housing

    Repairs in rented housing This section gives information on getting repairs done. It explains the tenant's and landlord's responsibilities to do repairs and what options the tenant has

  • If someone's harassed you in housing

    in housing is under section 26 of the Equality Act 2010. It might be harassment if someone’s: verbally abused you asked very personal questions, for example about your disability or religion put up

  • How to claim Housing Benefit

    You might be able to get Housing Benefit to help pay your rent if you’re on a low income or you claim benefits - but most people have to claim Universal Credit instead. You should check if you can

  • Getting your housing plan

    You’II get a housing plan from the council if they decide they can help: prevent you from becoming homeless find you a new home if you’re already homeless Your housing plan should explain exactly how

  • Complaining about housing discrimination

    You'll need to check a few things before you can take action about housing discrimination. You'll need to: make sure it's discrimination under the Equality Act 2010 check it's harassment under

  • Challenging a Housing Benefit decision

    You can challenge your local council’s decision about your Housing Benefit decision if you think it’s wrong. This is known as appealing. You usually need to appeal within 1 month of the council's