Harlow Council provides a wide range of services for it's tenants, managing a Council housing register of over 5,000 households and a housing stock of approximately 10,000 properties.
- What is my Council Tenancy Agreement?
- How do I change the names on my Tenancy or give up my Tenancy?
- How can I pay my Council rent?
- Do I need to have Home Contents Insurance?
- Is there any extra advice or support available to help me manage my Council tenancy?
- How do I ask for a repair and what are my responsibilities?
- How do I request to make an alteration to my Council home?
- What should I do if I find Asbestos in my home?
- How I apply for a mutual exchange?
- What Supported (sheltered) Housing Schemes do Harlow Council provide?
- Is there any incentive to move to a smaller property?
- How do I buy my Council home, using the Right to Buy scheme?
- What should I do if a Council tenant dies?
- What is Tenancy fraud and how can I report it?
- How do I report antisocial behaviour?
- What action can be taken in cases of antisocial behaviour?
The tenant handbook is designed to help Harlow Council tenants be aware of the services available to them and how they can be accessed. Harlow Council tenant handbook
Do you have concerns that a Harlow Council property may be occupied by squatters? If so please report this in confidence and if you wish anonymously for investigation to Contact Harlow.
Debt advice - difficulty paying your bills
If you have difficulty paying your Council bills please contact an Advisor at Contact Harlow in the first instance. There are also a number of other independent organisations that may be able to give advice with not only Council bills but any other bills you may have.