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  • Get advice

    Free housing and homelessness advice and information, including housing benefits, council housing, tenants' rights, mortgage arrears, repossession, eviction and neighbour problems.

  • Advice topics: Scotland

    Shelter Scotland has expert housing advice about renting, mortgages and repairs, as well as a range of other housing issues.

  • Where to get help and housing advice near you

    Access help and legal advice if you are worried about your home and live in Scotland. Discover organisations who offer advice services for free or at low cost.Get advice in person and by phone.

  • Renting Privately

    Welcome to Shelter Scotland. This site uses cookies. Read ourMore:. Search site. Search. Search site. Search. Renting Privately. Renting privately in Scotland. Find out all you need to know about renting a home in the private rented sector. Looking

  • Leaving home in a hurry

    Ways to make things easier if you need to leave home in a hurry. Speak to your council's housing department, where you should ask to make a homeless application.

  • Homelessness

    Find out what homelessness is and how it can be avoided, plus how you can get help from the council, what your housing rights are and where to get help if you're sleeping rough.

  • Social Housing

    Social Tenancies Renting rights. Anyone over the age of 16 can apply for council housing anywhere in Scotland. ... Evictions and moving out. Councils, housing associations and housing co-ops have to follow the correct legal procedures to evict tenants.

  • Housing benefit and local housing allowance (LHA)

    If you rent your home and have a low income, or get welfare benefits, you may be entitled to housing benefit to help pay your rent.

  • Relationship breakdown advice

    This section gives advice to help you solve possible housing issues if you are separating from your husband, wife or partner. Your rights depend on several factors so see what your situation means you should do.

  • Legal representation

    If you have a housing problem and need legal advice, you may need to see a lawyer and if you go to court, you might need a lawyer to represent you.

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