Cannock Chase Council

Housing

Housing Overview


Cannock Chase District Council owns approximately 5500 properties.

‚ÄČThe housing stock breaks down into a range of accommodation from one bedroom flats/bungalows up to four bedroom flats and houses.

If you are a Council tenant or would like to register to be a tenant, please use the useful links below:


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Finding & Applying
for a New Home


money

How to pay
your rent


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Repairs and
Improvements


Council Sheltered
Housing


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Getting Involved


Gardening
Estate
Management


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Decent Homes

 


housing advice

Housing Options
Service


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Anti-Social Behaviour
& Hate Crimes


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Hometalk Magazine


Leasehold Services
Leasehold Services

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Homelessness


Right to buy

Right to buy

 


Private Housing
Mutual Exchange

Private Housing

Private Housing
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Annual Report for

Tenants 2012-13

Ian Tennant, the Head of Housing, would like to see the service developing and improving in the direction which tenants of the Council want it to go.  For that reason, he is keen to receive your comments and suggestions and a special on line form has been developed. If you have a question about the Housing Service or a suggestion for improvement, why not register these on the online form "Tenant to Tennant".  Your questions and suggestions will be welcomed and treated in confidence.  However, suitable questions may be included anonymously on our "frequently asked questions" page on this website.


Housing office address:

Cannock Chase Council
Housing Services
Bungalow Annex
Civic Offices
Beecroft Road
Cannock
WS11 1BG

Telephone: 01543 462621

Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Impartial Advice is available from the Housing Options Team based in the Civic Centre on 01543 462621.


The Council also provides an emergency service for out of hours repairs, please do not abuse this system by reporting non-essential repairs.