See your rights and responsibilities, find out about your lease, options to purchase freehold, making alternations and insurance claims.
A lease is a legal agreement between you, the leaseholder, and us as the landlord. Find out about services we provide and how to extend your lease.
Everything you need to know about being a leaseholder.
You don't need permission from us to rent out your leasehold property - but you must tell us if you do.
If you're a leaseholder, the Council is usually responsible for arranging your building's insurance, which covers the structure and communal parts of the building.
If you own a Council property you must get consent from us before making any alterations to your property.
For some Council owned properties, it's possible to purchase the freehold from us – but you'll need to meet some conditions.