Ending, exchanging and transferring your tenancy
There may be a time where you want to end a tenancy, whether that be through mutual exchange (swapping your house with another council tenant), transferring your tenancy after a divorce or separation or ending a tenancy because the tenant has passed away.
There may also be times where we may end your tenancy such as eviction due to non-payment of rent or abandonment of the property. You can find more on all of the above in the pages in this section.
If your family is seperating it can be a difficult time find out more about what we do to help here.
Find out more detailed information on how to end a tenancy after the main tenant has passed away.
There may be cases where you wish to end your tenancy with us, find out more here.
The most common reasons for eviction are non-payment of rent and anti-social behaviour.
You may be able to swap properties with another council tenant, find out more information about the procedure here.
Find out if who can continue a tenancy after the main tenant has passed away.
Find out more about transferring your tenancy whether this is due to divorce, separation or other means such as mutual exchanges.
There are various reasons why we may end your tenancy which would end in your eviction.