Homeless Prevention Strategy
Helping to deliver effective and early intervention and prevention.
The Housing Strategy plays a key role in helping the Council deliver its corporate priorities.
A1 Housing Website
The Council's housing stock is managed by A1 Housing, who are an Arms Length Management Organisation or 'ALMO'.
Information on the affordable housing scheme and what options are available.
The Bond Scheme helps those in housing need access private rented accommodation.
Disabled Facilities Grants
Information, advice and funding for disabled residents of Bassetlaw to carry out adaptations to their homes.
ECO & Green Deal
Information on the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) and Green Deal Scheme.
What is fuel poverty, calculate whether your household is in fuel poverty. Where can you get help
Handy Person & Adaptation Service (HPAS)
HPAS will provide “that little bit of help” to older and vulnerable people in Nottinghamshire.
Home Energy Conservation Act
Report on the energy conservation measures the council are considering for residential accommodation.
The Housing Needs Team are responsible for providing the Council’s homelessness service
Information about housing associations and how to contact ones with properties in our district.
Housing Choices Older People
Housing choice for older people in Bassetlaw, who and how to access the service, what support is available.
Housing Fact Sheet
Fact sheet for council accommodation and private rented accommodation.
Homelessness Self Help Guide
Help and advice to resolve or prevent you becoming homeless.
Leasehold ownership is basically a long tenancy, that is, the right to occupy your flat or maisonette for a set period of time.
How we aim to meet the housing needs of Bassetlaw.
Strategic Housing Market Assessment
Information about Bassetlaw's Strategic Housing Market Assessment.
Private Landlords Survey
We want to work together with private landlords. Please fill in our survey online.
Information about Bassetlaw District Council's Tenancy Strategy.
Bassetlaw District Council is consulting with its tenants and leaseholders over proposals to bring the management of its housing stock back to the Council