Eviction in normally carried out when a tenant has breached the terms and conditions of their tenancy agreement.

This may be due to rent arrears, nuisance or harassment.

If you have breached your tenancy agreement we will investigate the matter and contact you in writing. We will also advise you of ways in which you can remedy the breach such as how to reduce your rent arrears.

We will advise you at this time that should you continue to breach the agreement we will seek possession of your home โ€“ this means we will take legal action to evict you from the property.

Breaches caused by anti-social behaviour will be treated seriously, will be fully investigated by our anti-social behaviour team and legal action may be taken.

If you receive a letter from us advising of a breach of your tenancy agreement or a โ€˜Notice of Seeking Possessionโ€™ and are not sure what to do next, contact the Customer Service Centre on 0800 085 65 75 and we will put you in contact with your Estate Manager. You can also visit your local housing reception and ask to speak to the Estate Manager on duty. You will not need an appointment.