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Moving out and giving notice

Moving out and giving notice

If you no longer want to rent your home with us, it is important to end your tenancy properly. If you don't end you tenancy properly it could cause issues.

This might include moving out without telling us, leaving rent arrears or failing to comply with the terms of your tenancy agreement.

Problems of this type, may also affect your ability to rent with other landlords and housing providers in the future as many of them carry out checks with previous landlords so it makes sense to do everything properly.

Giving notice to end your tenancy
Moving out of your property

When you move out you should leave your home in a good, clean condition.

If you don't, you may be charged for any repair work that is needed after you've left if it is thought to be your fault.

Click here to read our guidance on leaving your home in a good condition.

Request a transfer

You can apply for a transfer as long as you have an assured tenancy agreement with us and have been living in your current home for more than 12 months.

Click here for further infomation on applying for a transfer.

Request an exchange

A mutual exchange is when two or more housing association/council tenants, who occupy permanent self-contained accommodation, have a legal right to exchange their tenancies under Section 92 of the Housing Act 1985.

Click here for further information on mutual exchange.

Assigning a tenancy

Assignment, or Assigning Your Tenancy is one of the ways your tenancy can be legally transferred to another person.

Click here for further information.

Death of a tenant

Dealing with the death of a friend or relative is never easy, and trying to deal with their affairs can be complicated and upsetting.

Please click here to read our guidance.

Are you sure you want to go?

If there is a problem that is making you want to leave and you think we may be able to help, for example a repair problem or anti-social behaviour, or if you are having trouble paying your rent or managing debts, why not look at the advice and useful information on this website.  Moving out is not always the best solution and it’s important to consider other options first.

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