Looking For A Home
There are various options available for securing a new home. Please consider these options to see which one gives the best prospect of being offered a new home. Our Housing Options leaflet here provides full details on the choices available.
If you have never been a tenant before, you may wish to carefully consider the responsibilities and costs which this would involve. Our leaflet here provides some advice and information about taking on a new home which you may find helpful.
Where are our homes and what types of homes do we have? Full information on our homes and list of properties is here. We own around 2900 properties in 6 main communities – different types and sizes.
On average, we let around 200 homes each year – details of our most recent lets can be found here.
If you are an older person looking for retirement or older persons housing, click here for more information.
Complete our application form for a new home here. Further information about the process can be found here. If you are a current Thenue Housing tenant, there are certain criteria which apply before you can be considered for a transfer. More information on this can be found here.
If you wish assistance with submitting an application to us, please contact the Housing Support Team at our office. We can offer assistance with this either on the telephone, via another digital platform or by appointment with one of our staff in our office.
A copy of our Allocation and Voids Policy is available from our documents section under Guide to Information or click here for a summary version.
If you are a tenant of a local authority or registered social landlord, you may be able to swap your home with another council or housing association tenant. We hold an online register of tenants looking to swap their home and if you wish to register your details, please click on House Swap button on the left hand side of this page to add your details. More information on this “Mutual Exchange” process can be found here
If you are homeless or roofless or about to be made homeless, you should contact Glasgow City Council’s Community Casework Team. Full details on this are on our leaflet here
A list of renting options from other organisations can be found here.