Cambridge Housing Authority
People seeking council or housing association properties to rent in Cambridge can register with the Home-Link website. Once you have registered (the online form takes about 30 minutes to complete) you can see all the available homes and place bids for them. Cambridge City Council have a documented lettings policy that explains how they allocate housing and some areas also have a Local Lettings Plan which can affect who is offered a property. However, all applicants must have local connection to Cambridge to be offered a home to rent.
Social Housing Options
There is a significant shortage of social housing in Cambridge, particularly for people under 60 years of age. By registering via Home-Link you will see the range of housing options and be able to better understand what sort of home will be right for your circumstances, including the options of renting privately or shared ownership.
Cambridge Properties – The City has lots to offer as a place to live. You will find information here about some of the most important things to consider when moving to the Cambridge. Whether you’re moving from within the UK or overseas.
Cambridge Housing Authority – Cambridge City Council believes that everyone should have access to appropriate housing that is warm, safe and which they can afford. A good supply of housing for rent and sale is important to the economy of the city and its surrounding sub-region.
Cambridge Estate Agents – Here you will find a researched listing of the best Real Estate Agents in the Cambridge area. So if you are looking to purchase a home we advise that these agents be you starting point to a new future.
Cambridge Homes for Sale – If you’re planning that big move or looking for the perfect premises for your business, we’re here to point you in the right direction. From renting and estate agencies to architects and commercial property, there’s never been a better time to move and why not take the first step.