Established in 1966 by Kenneth Newton Wright, the parent of a disabled child, MacIntyre has grown to become a leading national charity, highly respected and committed to setting standards and increasing choice.We provide learning, support and care for more than 900 children and adults with…
Your rents and charges pay for the services you receive such as the repairs to your home and improvements and the maintenance of communal areas of estates. Rent free weeks are normally the Christmas week in December and the last week of March. For further information…
Telephone:
01582 546620
E-mail:
housing.income@luton.gov.uk
Website:
Council rents and charges
If you are a Luton Borough council tenant you can report a repair in a number of ways: By calling 0800 0147 333 (Mon-Fri 8am – 8pm only) Emergency repairs: If you need to report an emergency repair outside of these hours (including at weekends…
Telephone:
0800 014 7333 (Mon-Fri 8am – 8pm only)
E-mail:
Housing.Repairs@luton.gov.uk
Website:
Council home repairs
If you need advice related to your housing situation there are a number of ways our Housing Solutions service may be able to help. We can advise on a range of housing issues such as: accessing private rented housing local housing associations local letting agents…
Telephone:
01582 510370
Website:
Website
If you need help improving your home we may be able to help you. Each of the different housing grants below have different terms and conditions, and you may have to contribute some of your own money. Disabled Facilities Grant Minor Adaptation Grant Relocation Assistance…
Telephone:
01582 547222
E-mail:
psechousing@luton.gov.uk
Website:
Housing grants and funds
If you have a disability that makes living in your property difficult, there is assistance you can receive from us to make your situation easier. There is a range of adaptations that can be made, depending on your individual needs. Examples include: improving wheelchair access…
Telephone:
01582 547659
01582 547660
E-mail:
accessandassessment@luton.gov.uk
Website:
Home Adaptations information
The legal definition of a House in Multiple Occupation is quite complex, but as a guide it is a building, or part of a building, such as a flat, which is either: occupied by more than one household and where more than one household shares…
Telephone:
01582 547222
E-mail:
HMO.Hotline@luton.gov.uk
Website:
Houses of Multiple Occupation
Our Housing Development and Enabling Team works with the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) and housing associations to develop new affordable homes each year. In addition, we are also responsible for negotiating new affordable homes through the planning system. The role of the Housing Development…
Telephone:
01582 546691
E-mail:
DevelopmentEnabling@luton.gov.uk
Website:
Affordable housing development
An empty property is one which has been vacant for over six months. Properties that are left empty for long periods can be a concern for a number of reasons: they can attract crime, arson, vandalism, squatting and anti-social behaviour they can be a financial…
Telephone:
01582 546370
E-mail:
empty.homes@luton.gov.uk
Website:
Empty Homes
Aldwyck offers a range of housing to suit most requirements. We offer affordable homes to rent or buy a well regarded care home and a number of supported living schemes across Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, accommodation and support services for young people in housing need and…
Telephone:
0300 500 6262
E-mail:
info@aldwyck.co.uk
Website:
Alwyck Housing Group

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