Homechoice Housing Register
Last updated: 27/03/2013
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Homechoice is the choice based system for letting council and
housing association homes to rent in Cornwall. Partner
landlords advertise their vacant properties on the Homechoice
website and in newsletters available in the Councils’ One Stop
Shops and libraries.
To find out more about Cornwall Homechoice, download our
Homechoice leaflet, Cornwall
Homechoice Guide and Cornwall
Homechoice Policy or use the links below.
The way housing benefit is calculated is changing and you could
be affected. Please read about the changes to
The Cornwall Homechoice Allocation Scheme is currently being
reviewed as a response to changes in legislation in the Localism
Act 2011 and the changes to Housing Benefit entitlement contained
within the Welfare Reform Act 2012. For further
information see the Review and Consultation.
When you register with Cornwall Homechoice,
we will assess your housing need and give you details of your
priority banding, your eligible date, and the type and size of
property you can apply for.
Generally homechoice applicants in the most
urgent need for housing have the best chance of bidding
successfully for social housing to rent. For more information about
your likely banding on the Homechoice register, please visit our
so you can decide whether to apply.
More information on how the homechoice
calculator works and information on making a complete application
for the housing register.
If you have already registered you can view
properties currently available on the housing register and bid for
properties you think are suitable for you.
What do you think of Cornwall Homechoice?
We want your views to help us improve our service. We would be
grateful if you would take a few minutes to tell us what you think
in our Cornwall Homechoice
Customer Satisfaction Survey
Partner Housing Associations
Frequently Asked Questions