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There are a range of options regarding renting a property that you may wish to consider.
Renting from a Housing Association (social landlord)
There are lots of housing associations in Telford. You can find out what housing is available, rent charges and the application process by visiting their websites.
They often have a range of properties including flats and bungalows but you may want to enquire to see if they have a waiting list.
Age restrictions may apply but some Housing Associations may cater for young people aged 16 years.
Housing Associations often have an added benefit in support workers to help you manage your tenancies, bills and any other issues you may be having to do with your home.
Renting from a private landlord
If you wish to rent from a private landlord you can contact any private landlord, estate agent alternatively you can look on the NuPlace website.
You can find out information about the different types of tenancies on the GOV.UK website.
You may find it useful to complete:
- online benefits check to ensure that you are claiming all the benefits that you are entitled to
- Council Tax Support and Housing Benefit Calculator - Telford & Wrekin Council.
Last updated: 03/07/2023 09:44