At The Hub Crisis Support Center we don’t provide houses, but we do provide answers. From homelessness to home owner, we’ve housing advice for everyone.
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Find out what homelessness is and how it can be avoided, plus how you can get help from the council, what your housing rights are and where to get help if you’re sleeping rough.
This section provides information about the different housing options available, from council housing, to renting to buying your own home.
If you rent your home rather than owning it, you will have a tenancy. A tenancy is a right to live in a property.
This section contains information about paying your rent, deposits and information about rent arrears, mortgages, council tax and advice on what to do if you get into debt.
Facing eviction from your tenancy by your landlord? If you rent in Scotland from the council, private landlord or RSL find out your tenancy rights.
Repossession can often be stopped. Check the repossession procedures and what tenants and partners’ rights are and find out about the actual eviction process.
Find out how to get repairs carried out in rented and owner-occupied housing and how to improve your accommodation if it’s unsuitable for your needs.
Find out your rights to stay in your home if your relationship ends and where to go if a partner asks you to leave.
You have rights and responsibilities when you live with other people. You can get support and financial help if you care for someone.
Your housing rights are written in law. If you are being treated unfairly you can make complaints or take court action to put it right.
This section looks at housing issues you may face as a disabled person and explains your rights.
This section looks at how you can keep your home warm, the effects of fuel poverty, how to make your home more energy efficient and where you can get help with the cost heating your home.
This section deals with antisocial behaviour, boundary disputes and has information on residents’ associations and planning issues.
This section contains essential information for landlords, to help you understand your rights and responsibilities and the rights and responsibilities of your tenants.