Brentwood Borough Council Housing - Council Tenants and Leaseholders

Brentwood Borough Council Housing - Council Tenants and Leaseholders

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Council Tenants and Leaseholders

Houses at Swan Lane, Kelvedon HatchThis section provides advice and information for Council tenants and leaseholders and services that the Council provides for them.

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Please Note:

Any new or transferring tenant whose Tenancy commenced on or after the 18th July 2016 is required to pay one weeks rent charge upfront before they receive the keys to their new home.

 

Anti-Social Behaviour

A group of residents, staff, councillors and representatives of interested organisations have developed and published a framework policy for dealing with complaints about nuisance and anti-social behaviour received by Housing Services.

Anyone found to be vandalising property or creating graffiti on our estates runs the real risk of losing their home or, if under 18, their family's home.

For further information and how to report an instance of anti-social behaviour please visit our Anti-Social Behaviour web page.

 

 

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Council Tenants and Leaseholders

This section provides advice and information for Council tenants and leaseholders and services that the Council provides for them.

Information Provided

Please Note:

Any new or transferring tenant whose Tenancy commenced on or after the 18th July 2016 is required to pay one weeks rent charge upfront before they receive the keys to their new home.

 

Anti-Social Behaviour

A group of residents, staff, councillors and representatives of interested organisations have developed and published a framework policy for dealing with complaints about nuisance and anti-social behaviour received by Housing Services.

Anyone found to be vandalising property or creating graffiti on our estates runs the real risk of losing their home or, if under 18, their family's home.

For further information and how to report an instance of anti-social behaviour please visit our Anti-Social Behaviour web page.