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Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Published: Thursday 19 March 2020

We are working hard to minimise disruption to our services as a result of coronavirus, however in some cases services may be disrupted due to staff absence or official advice from the government.

With immediate effect,

  • For queries regarding Housing Register Applications and Allocations please contact the relevant council by email in the first instance or telephone (if you are homeless or your enquiry is urgent). Alternatively, please directly email your Housing Officer.
  • If you have been asked to provide documentation please share this with us by scanning or photographing at home and emailing it to the relevant Council.


Council Contact details:

  Email Telephone
East Hampshire District Council 01730 234 358 or 01730 234 277
Eastleigh Borough Council 02380 688 000
Havant Borough Council 02392 446 379
Test Valley Borough Council

01264 368 613 (Andover) 

01794 527 773 (Romsey)

Winchester City Council 01962 848 356


The coronavirus situation is fast moving and having significant effects on all of us. The Councils are working hard to protect staff, services and communities. In particular, protecting the most vulnerable residents is a high priority.

Councils are continuing to operate essential services and are taking any necessary precautions to keep customers and staff safe in line with the latest advice from government.

The Government has published guidance for social landlords. Click here to read the latest guidance.

This means that there may be fewer properties available to bid on than usual.

We are in regular contact with our Registered Providers and will continue to review the current situation.


Universal Credit

Published: Tuesday 11 April 2017
Universal Credit

Universal Credit is a new benefit that is being introduced in stages throughout the UK, to support you if you’re working and on a low income or you’re out of work. You might need to apply for Universal Credit instead of other existing benefits like Jobseeker's Allowance, Housing Benefit or Tax Credits etc.

Visit the Money Advice Service website for information about Universal Credit.

You can also visit the GOV.UK website for an introduction to Universal Credit.  

Help to Buy

Published: Monday 26 September 2016
Help to Buy

Visit the Help to Buy website to find out how you could get on, or move up, the property ladder. Click here for details.

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