Shelter Scotland provides advice, support and legal services.
The council must help if you’re homeless. You do not have to be living on the streets to get help.
Your landlord must follow a strict legal process to evict you. In some cases, you can stop or delay the eviction.
Check how to apply for social housing, find a private rented home, or buy a home.
If you rent your home, your rights depend on the type of tenancy you have.
You and your landlord have responsibilities around repairs. Check what to do if your landlord will not do repairs.
We have advice about benefits, debt, deposits, and other money issues.
Your housing rights are written in law. If you are being treated unfairly you can make complaints or take court action to put it right.
You have rights and options if you're experiencing a relationship breakdown or domestic abuse.
Sample letters to solve problems with housing issues.
Check your rights when you live with other people or if you have problems in your neighbourhood.
Check your housing rights in the cost of living crisis.
There’s a strict process your lender must follow before they can repossess your home.