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Choose your housing type:

The answer to this question depends on what type of tenant or owner you are.

Affordable rent tenants usually pay between 65 and 80% of the open market rent.

We set our social rent using a formula set out by government. It takes into account:

  • Where your home is
  • The condition it's in
  • What you earn in your household
  • The number of bedrooms you have

Your lease tells you the amount of ground rent you have to pay and how often you make payments.

Older people housing tenants usually pay between 65 and 80% of the open market rent.

We set our older people housing rent using a formula set out by government.

If you're a key worker and you have an intermediate rent tenancy, you'll usually pay 80% of the open market rates.

Our private homes are rented at open market rent.

We'll calculate your rent based on the value of the share of the property you don't own.

As a shared owner, you pay rent as well as your mortgage repayments.

You may also have to pay ground rent. You'll usually only start to pay ground rent when you own 100% of your home. However, if we don't own the freehold to your home, you might have to pay it.

Your lease tells you the amount of ground rent you have to pay and how often you make payments.

We work with your university to set the rent we charge. It includes heating, hot water, internet and electricity.

Supported housing tenants usually pay between 65 and 80% of the open market rent.

We set our supported housing rent using a formula set out by government.