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Housing Options


For some people social housing is not a realistic option however, there are a number of other housing options available which we have listed below.  To find out more information about each of the housing options click on the links below:  

Affordable home ownership schemes - GOV.UK (

Retirement homes & sheltered housing in South Kesteven, Lincolnshire : HousingCare

Housing for older and vulnerable people | South Kesteven District Council

Rent to Buy: pay lower rent to save for a deposit: Overview - GOV.UK (

Private renting and homeowners | South Kesteven District Council

Mutual home exchange | South Kesteven District Council


Further advice and support


Domestic Abuse

For further help and guidance if you are suffering from domestic abuse please click on the links below:

Home - EDAN Lincs Domestic Abuse Service

Home - Women's Aid (

Male Victims of Domestic Abuse – Please call 01823 334244 to speak to us confidentially (


Debt Advice

For more information regarding Debt Advice please visit Citizens Advice Bureau at:

Citizens Advice - Citizens Advice South Lincolnshire (

Get free debt advice - GOV.UK (



Housing Options Officers will offer advice and assistance to households that are either homeless or threatened with homelessness and wherever possible we will aim to help people remain in their homes, if this is a suitable option.  A range of services is available to help with prevention of homelessness, including mediation with families and landlords, tenancy advice and referrals for floating support. For further information please visit our Homelessness page at:

Homelessness or at risk of being homeless (

Change4Lincs (



Trussell Trust support a nationwide network of food banks and together they provide emergency food and support to people facing hardship. To find your nearest foodbank, please click on the link below:

Find a Food Bank - The Trussell Trust


Illegal Eviction and Harassment

The law protects tenants from being harassed or illegally evicted by their landlord. Failure to abide by the law is a serious offence which, in extreme cases, is punishable by imprisonment. For further information please visit the website below:

Shelter Legal England - Illegal eviction and harassment - Shelter England