Who can register for housing in Brent, how to apply, and information on our partnership with housing associations.
We run a number of different schemes with private landlords and housing associations to help increase the range of good quality accommodation available in Brent.
Renting in the private sector has lots of advantages. You will have greater choice about the type of property you live in and the location.
Our aim is to prevent homelessness and we will give you the most appropriate advice to help you stay in your home or find a new one.
How you can get a grant to bring your property back into residential use - and how to report an empty property.
What you should do if you are in arrears with your mortgage or rent - or have other debts.
Information on disputes, evictions, houses in multiple occupancy, landlord's legal obligations and support for landlords.
We work with housing associations and other agencies to make sure there are enough affordable homes in Brent.
Brent Housing Partnership (BHP) is the company that looks after 13,600 council properties in Brent.