If you are in danger of becoming homeless - for whatever reason - it is important that you act swiftly.

If you are at risk of becoming homeless, please complete the online registration form to make an application and an officer will make contact will make contact with you within 3 working days.

If you are homeless tonight and you have nowhere to stay please call our housing advice team on 01822 813600.

Please note that if you are not homeless tonight, you will be redirected to the online registration form, unless there are extenuating circumstances which prevent you from completing the form.

Why might I be at risk of homelessness?

There are many reasons why you may be facing homelessness. You can find more information about your situation under the headings below:

If you are facing homelessness, there are a number of options available.
If you are concerned about someone rough sleeping, you can find help here.
If you are in danger of becoming homeless - for whatever reason - it is important you act swiftly
Advice for people at risk of homelessness because of an eviction notice, or because of problems with your landlord.
When it comes to domestic abuse don't suffer in silence, we can help - and it's really important to know that there are a variety of options available to you.
If you are at risk of homelessness because of domestic abuse, violence inside or out of the home, or relationship breakdown, please read the information below.
If you are aged 18-21 and you were in care on or before your 16th birthday, in care for at least 13 weeks before your 14th birthday and you were in care at some point whilst you were 16 or 17 years old, please read the information below.
If you are at risk of homelessness because you are leaving hospital and have no home, or your current accommodation has become unsuitable, please read the information below.
If you are living with a mental illness or impairment which is affecting your housing situation, please read the information below.
Information for those leaving the Armed Forces who do not have housing available can be found below.
If you have missed mortgage payments your home could be at risk of repossession from your mortgage lender. Find out more below.
If you wish to relocate you should be aware that housing is in short supply.
From the 1 October 2018, as part of the Homelessness Reduction Act, public bodies will be bound by the Duty to Refer.