This includes advice for rough sleepers, gypsies and travellers and those leaving care, prisons, youth detention or hospital. As well as for those with mental health issues or suffering domestic abuse and former members of the armed forces.
If your mortgage is becoming unmanageable you should act quickly to contact your lender, seek debt advice and also contact the Housing Options Team at Wealden District Council.
Private Rented Accommodation
Do you need assistance with tenancy issues?
The Council offer a free service to private tenants, landlords and letting/estate agents to help with tenancy sustainment.
We can help with:
- breakdown of communication
- section 21 notices
- landlord and tenant rights
- rent arrears
- condition of property
- support needs
- antisocial behaviour
and much more.
Our Tenancy Sustainment Officer will work with both parties to explore the options to resolve the issue/s being experienced and to prevent homelessness.
We can also help you:
- find private rented accommodation
To find out more about either of these services contact us at email@example.com
Different Types of Tenancy Explained
Here you will find information on the different types of tenancies offered by different landlords.
Are you spending more money than you get? It is easily done, especially if you don’t keep
an eye on what comes in and goes out. Use this budget planner to help keep your finances on track.
For information on local services visit East Sussex Community Information Service.
There are many things that you must remember to do when you move to another property. Please read the following document for information on who you need to contact regarding your move.
Wealden District Council and Eastbourne Homes provide free courses to local residents as part of the Street Learning initiative. Courses will initially be based in Eastbourne and Hailsham but will be rolled out across Wealden.
Housing Options Newsletters
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