Information and advice
We provide general housing information and advice to both tenants and landlords in private and public sector housing, on a range of housing issues that includes:
We will work with anyone who is either homeless or threatened with homelessness to try and enable them to stay in their homes or to help find them alternative accommodation.
Prevention and advice can include:-
For further information, or if you need help because you might become homeless, contact us on 01757 705101 and ask to speak to a housing options advisor.
We run a housing advice service, and appointments are available...
- Monday 9.30 - 12.30pm
- Tuesday 9.30 - 12.30pm
- Thursday 9.30 - 12.30pm
Home visits are available for clients that are unable to come into the contact centre.
If you are made homeless outside of office hours or at the weekend, we do have an emergency service offering limited advice and assistance. This can be reached on 01653 600941.
Homelessness Prevention and Housing Advice - pdf - This leaflet is designed to help you either keep the home you already live in or signpost you in the direction of alternative housing. Our new Homelessness Strategy and Action Plan 2015-20 can be found here.
Horton Housing’s Selby STAY scheme offers housing-related support service for vulnerable people (18+) who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in the Selby district.
Homelessness Prevention – Meeting your needs
As part of the new Homeless Reduction Act 2017, every Council has a duty to provide advice and information about homelessness and the prevention of homelessness, free of charge. This should be comprehensive, tailored advice and information. Housing authorities must also design advice and information services to meet the needs of people within their district including, in particular, the needs of the following groups:
- People released from prison or youth detention accommodation
- Care leavers
- Former members of the regular armed forces (veterans)
- Victims of domestic abuse
- People leaving hospital
- People suffering from a mental illness or impairment
- People experiencing a relationship breakdown
Foundation is a charity based in the north of England that works with socially excluded people helping them to gain full independence in their local community.