Homechoice is changing
What is changing?
- The Homechoice register and housing allocation rules
- A new website for Homechoice
When is the change happening?
Planned changes to Homechoice will happen during late Summer 2017.
Why is Homechoice changing?
Homechoice is changing because demand for social housing in Cornwall is very high.
There are currently 18,500 households registered with Homechoice and on average only 2,300 social housing properties become available each year.
The update to Homechoice will mean more of the homes that become available go to families and individuals with the greatest need. It will also see local connections strengthened.
A new website for Homechoice
Homechoice, Cornwall’s system for allocating social housing, is getting a new and improved website. The new website will make it easier for applicants to apply for homes that become available through Homechoice and to manage their accounts online.
If you have any questions about Homechoice, please use the form below.
Data Protection statement: The information you provide on this form will be held by Cornwall Housing safely in a secure environment. Your information will not be used for any other purpose by Cornwall Housing, and will not be passed onto any other third party. In accordance with Cornwall Council’s Record Retention Policy, the information you provide on this form will be retained for 6 months.