Further guidance and information

You may be able to get further assistance from these local services:

Kent Homechoice

You may be able to join the Housing Register and bid to secure suitable accommodation within the district.

There is a quick online form available on the Kent Homechoice website which will check if you are eligible for housing and if you qualify to join the Housing Register. You can then decide if you want to proceed to a full housing application form which will take you in the region of 1 hour to complete. Click or tap below to start.


Citizens Advice Bureau
Seabrooke House
Church Road
TN23 1RD

Telephone number: 01233 626 185

Email: ashfordadvice@gmail.com
Website: www.ashfordadvice.org



Telephone number: 0808 800 4444
Website: http://england.shelter.org.uk


One Stop Shop for Domestic Abuse

If you are experiencing domestic abuse, the Ashford One Stop Shop runs every Tuesday morning between 9.30am and 11.30am and offers a range of advice.

Due to Covid-19, there is a venue change and we will only be able to offer a limited service.

Repton Connect Community Centre
Repton Avenue
TN23 3RX

Hours: Tuesday 9.30am to 11.30am


Private Renting

Private rented accommodation is likely to be available on a much more frequent basis than social housing and could potentially resolve your current housing situation. If you were to look for housing at a rent that is no higher than the local housing allowance rate you may be able to claim benefits towards the rent. There is an online calculator available at www.gov.uk/benefits-adviser which you can use to check what benefits you would be entitled to.

The BBC also provide a handy website which will help you identify where you may be able to find affordable accommodation: www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-23234033

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