Information for Council tenants services & information
Tenancy officers deal with enquiries relating to council homes and their residents.
Ways in which council tenants can pay their rent and contact information for those needing help to make their payments.
Looking for somewhere to park your car or motorbike? We have a selection of garages available for rent throughout the borough.
Your responsibilities and the council's responsibilities in respect of your tenancy
Advice on how to deal with nuisance behaviour such as noise, harassment and anti-social behaviour.
Our responsibilities, your responsibilities, how to report a repair, repairs that are rechargeable and dealing with repairs in communal areas.
We give practical help and advice on ways to prevent accidents in the home.
Council housing caretaking service and neighbourhood warden service
Replacement or additional communal entrance keys or fobs are available to purchase from the Lettings Team at Bernard Weatherill House.
Find out how to transfer. There are also grants available for those moving to a smaller home.
Situations for which you can apply to have your tenancy agreement changed.
If you are a permanent resident living in a Council owned housing estate you can obtain a parking permit that allows you to park your car within the estate’s car park designated area only.
We have set up a home contents insurance scheme, exclusively for our tenants, making it simple and affordable for you to insure your valuable possessions.
Stop housing cheats. How to recognise and report illegally occupied homes.
Estate inspections take place three times a year on our council estates. A small group of residents inspects the area with officers from the tenancy, neighbourhood services and repairs teams.
Find out if you can apply for a parking permit for the council estate where you live
Croydon Community Mediation (CCM) offers an impartial mediation service to borough residents.
Croydon landlord services is trialling the use of an electronic device for council staff who are required to work on their own when visiting residents and/or working within the community.