Rent and housing

If you need advice about rent or housing, or if you’re worried about being evicted or becoming homeless because of coronavirus, these are the places that can help in Brighton & Hove.

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ACORN

If you’re worried about paying your rent or that you could be evicted, ACORN can help you talk to your landlord or letting agent.

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Across the city

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Brighton Housing Trust

Get free advice about rent and eviction over the phone or by email.

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Across the city

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Lawstop

Lawstop can give you legal advice if you’re having issues with your housing or landlord.

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Across the city

Homelessness

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Brighton & Hove City Council

If you’re worried about being evicted or that you could become homeless, speak to the council’s early intervention team as soon as possible.

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Across the city

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The Clock Tower Sanctuary

If you’re 16-25 and homeless, staying with friends, or don’t have a safe place to stay, call The Clock Tower Sanctuary for advice and support.

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Across the city

Opening hours:

Every day, 10am–4pm

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Justlife

If you live in emergency accommodation and need to stay at home, Justlife can help you with food, supplies and advice.

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Across the city

Mortgages

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Citizens Advice

You can find out what to do if you can’t pay your mortgage on the Citizens Advice website. You can also call their helpline if you can’t find what you need online.

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Across the city

Support for disabled people

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Speak Out

If you have a learning disability, the team at Speak Out can help you talk to your landlord or letting agent about rent.

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Across the city

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm