Housing – your options in Cheltenham
If you’d like to be considered for a council or housing association property, you will need to make an application online through Homeseeker Plus.
With just one online housing application you will be able to apply for social rented homes in any district of Gloucestershire and West Oxfordshire.
If you don’t have internet access, you can get online for free at your local library, community centre and at Cheltenham First Stop on the Lower High Street. You may wish to ask your friends and family if they have internet access and if they can help you complete an application.
For help or assistance, please contact us on 01242 775168, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at Cheltenham First Stop, 301-305 High Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL503HW
If you live in a rented council or housing association property, you can swap your home. It’s simple – they match tenants who want each other’s’ homes!
With agreement from your landlord, you could swap your property with any other social housing tenant in the UK. Apply online with Homeswapper.
Local Lettings Plans
Properties advertised on Homeseeker Plus which have been acquired by Cheltenham Borough Council and are not in areas in which CBH have traditionally managed properties will be let under a Local Lettings Plan For Acquired Properties.
Please click the following link for more information: Local Letting Plan for Acquired Properties
Properties advertised on Homeseeker Plus in Scott House and Edward Wilson House will be let under the Scott House and Edward Wilson House Local Letting Plan.
Please click the following link for more information: Scott House & Edward Wilson House Local Letting Plan
Properties advertised on Homeseeker Plus in St Paul’s will be let under the St Paul’s Local Letting Plan.
Properties advertised on Homeseeker Plus for the Swindon Road Development will be let under the Swindon Road Local Letting Plan.Swindon Road Local Letting Plan