Affordable rent


We cater to different types of housing residents who are looking for a property to rent in London.

Below you can find out about the different types of rental properties that we offer and search for the properties that we have available too.

Affordable Rent – C&C


Affordable Rent – C&C is housing owned by us where usually the rent levels for tenants of these homes are determined by the Government through the Housing Regulator. Rents are typically lower than market rents.

We offer three types of affordable housing, sheltered schemes, supported housing and general needs housing.

  • Sheltered Housing offers secure independent living to over 55s.
  • Supported Housing provides self-contained flats for people with mental health support needs or drug/alcohol dependency.
  • General Needs Housing is for families, couples and single people who do not need additional support.

PLEASE NOTE that the general needs housing list is closed at this time due to overwhelming demand. We will update this page when our general needs housing becomes available again.   

Applications for Affordable Rent – C&C (for sheltered and supported housing at this time) need to be made to local authorities/council, where you will be added to their waiting list.

Find out more about Affordable Rent – C&C.

Affordable Rent – 55 London


Affordable Rent - 55 London is an innovative new scheme aimed at keyworkers, those in employment and even those in receipt of benefits. It’s aimed at those who are unlikely to benefit from housing waiting lists.

To qualify for Affordable Rent - 55 London you'll need to confirm that you're, over 55 years old and do not have a household income over £60,000. Applications for Affordable Rent – 55 London can be made directly to us.

Find out more about Affordable Rent - 55 London.

Use the filter below to search for available C&C properties for rent. You do not need to select an option from all fields to conduct a search. 'Service type' refers to the level of support you need from housing and 'Rent type' refers to the tenure of property.

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