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We aim to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to live in a decent and safe home.

In this section you will find information on all aspects of housing in Aylesbury Vale.

We aim to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to live in a decent and safe home.

In this section you will find information on all aspects of housing in Aylesbury Vale.

If you use the links on the menu to the left of this page you will find information on the following:-

Housing Services - housing options for people seeking housing in the district as well as general housing advice
Moving Home - for people moving into or around the district

You can also get independent advice online on housing related issues from the Citizen's Advice Bureau advice guide. Please see the link below for more information.

In April 2013, significant changes were made to the welfare and benefits system in the UK. Changes to the rules for housing benefit for those in the social rent sector, and a complete overhaul of the council tax benefit system, will affect many residents in the Vale. For more information please see the link below on 'how will the benefit changes affect you' .

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A landlord or person in control of a HMO must notify the council of his intention to change the use of the property, for example, if he intends to: sell the property with vacant possession convert into self-contained flats carry...

01/07/15

Interim and final management orders are only issued in exceptional circumstances. We must make an interim management order if we think that either: • there is no reasonable prospect of a HMO being licensed in the near future, or •&...

01/07/15

How does the scheme work? AVDC provides a flexible home improvement loan to help you make your home safer, warmer, healthier or more comfortable during your retirement. Interest on the loan will be charged at a low rate linked to the Bank of E...

01/07/15

Related links

What is Welfare Reform? The Welfare Reform Act is a law that was passed in 2012 to change the way the benefit system works. The changes will affect almost everyone on benefits but they will be introduced gradually over the next few years. A...

20/02/13

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Contact information

Telephone:

01296 585197

Email:

housingneeds@aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk

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