Published: Tuesday 3 May 2022
We carry out desk based verification checks as well as unannounced home visits in order to prevent and deter fraudulent housing register applications. If you have any concerns about a potentially fraudulent housing register application, such as an applicant who has provided false or misleading information, please report this to firstname.lastname@example.org or anonymously using the ‘contact us’ form on the Cherwell District Council website. Please include as much information and detail as possible for us to investigate and consider leaving your contact details as we may need to make further enquiries with you.
It is an offence under the Housing Act 1996 to give false or misleading information or to withhold information in relation to a housing register application. Applicants providing fraudulent information will also be disqualified from the housing register for a period of 5 years. Any offer of housing obtained fraudulently will be withdrawn or legal action will be taken to end any tenancy that has been obtained as a result of providing false or misleading information.
Bungalow available in Marsh Gibbon
Published: Wednesday 27 April 2022
An opportunity to occupy a 1 bed bungalow in the village of Marsh Gibbon is currently advertised on HomeChoice. This is an Almshouse charity bungalow with a maintenance charge of £152per month. Please see the property advert on HomeChoice for further details and information on how to view the property or apply
No properties available this week 20th April 2022
Published: Tuesday 19 April 2022
Unfortunately there are no social housing properties available for us to advertise on this week's HomeChoice letting cycle which runs from Wednesday 20th April through to Tuesday 26th April 2022.
Published: Thursday 13 January 2022
Outstanding rent arrears from current or previous addresses may prevent an offer of housing being made through HomeChoice.
All applicants registered with HomeChoice must ensure they have a regular repayment plan in place for any rent arrears. The arrears should be cleared to ensure future offers of housing can be made.
For debt and money advice please contact your local Citizen’s Advice service.
Christmas Lettings Cycle
Published: Tuesday 14 December 2021
The letting cycle beginning on Wednesday 22nd December will run for 2 weeks instead of the normal one-week cycle and will therefore end on Monday 3rd January 2021. Letting cycles will return to one-week cycles as normal after this date.