Housing Options in South Norfolk
South Norfolk is a rural area and a very popular place to live; unfortunately there is limited housing to rent. As a result there are far more households seeking homes than are available.
This means that you may have to think about all housing options, including renting privately, finding shared housing or lodgings, supported accommodation, or living with family longer than you had intended. We hope that we can give you the advice and support that you need to help you decide which housing option is right for you.
If you are adequately housed and not at risk of homelessness, it is unlikely you will need housing advice; however, anyone with a need for housing will be offered a housing options interview.
This is a professional advice service, provided by fully-trained officers, to discuss individual housing need. During a one to one interview you will be able to discuss your personal housing needs and wants, and examine the housing options available to you. What you want or wish for in a home is not the same as a need.
Due to the small amount of social housing and the large number of applicants on the housing register you are unlikely to be housed through the housing register if you already have a suitable home.