UK Housing Trusts -

Housing Trusts are often more accurately diescribed as Charitable housing association that providing social housing and regeneration activities. They can be found in nearly all UK cities and recently a number have made the small leap into the smaller UK towns and even a number of villages.

London has the largest number of Housing Associations. Housing associations are also known as Registered Social Landlords or Private Registered Providers of Social Housing.

Housing associations are the main providers of new not-for-profit housing in England, with around 3.5 million people living in housing association accommodation. They are also known as registered social landlords (RSLs) or Private Registered Providers of Social Housing (PRPSHs). Shelter is a good point of reference for nationwide coverage

How we can help

Here at metropolitanhousingtrust.co.uk are able to offer advice by email on a wide range of housing and homelessness issues. If you would like housing advice, either contact your local housing office at your local council.

metropolitanhousingtrust.co.uk offers free advice from experienced housing advisers for people with rent or mortgage possession hearings at their localCounty Court. Money advice and benefit maximisation are available alongside housing advice, and we aim to provide a duty adviser on each rent or mortgage possession day. If you are looking to furnish your home this can also be arranged through a third party. Please note this is a paid service

Please note we not a professional website and we recommend all of our users to seek the appropriate legal advice.

 

What we do best

"Working with our residents and communities we offer a range of housing, property management, regeneration, community and support services."

Waiting lists are a part of Housing Trust life and being on a list is no guarantee of accomadation in the near future.
Once you apply, you'll be put on a waiting list and that could be it. Housing associations normally offer housing to people most suited to that particular property. You may have to wait a long time for a suitable property to become available. see Help and advice getting on the waiting lists