Are you facing eviction or struggling with managing a tenancy?

Homelessness Prevention Hotline

We can provide advice and support that may help you:

  • Stop or delay an unfair eviction
  • Liaise with your landlord
  • Access help with rent arrears

You can get in touch Monday to Friday 10am - 4pm. 

Call: 01494 447699

Email: [email protected]

Use our contact form by clicking here.

Through our Homelessness Prevention work and our Housing Legal drop-in advice clinics which serve Wycombe, Chesham and further afield we offer for advice on housing matters that may lead to homelessness.

Typical housing related issues that can be addressed at our housing-advice legal drop-in includes:

  • Rent arrears
  • Eviction, threatened and illegal
  • Eviction notices – we can look at whether they are legal and what you can do about having been served a notice
  • Court proceedings on housing matters e.g. possession claims, injunctions, warrants of eviction
  • Housing benefit problems
  • Anti-social behaviour
  • Homelessness applications, decisions, reviews and appeals
  • Immigration issues – is your immigration status preventing you getting access to public housing or funds
  • Bedroom tax issues
  • Overcrowded accommodation
  • Unsuitable and unsafe accommodation, disrepair
  • Housing-related family law problems
  • Housing-related domestic violence impact
  • Landlord harassment
  • Unprotected deposits
  • Allocation of social housing
  • Tenancy succession issues
  • Equality Act duties of housing associations and local authorities

We do this by providing

  • Free legal advice from a housing solicitor,
  • Free advice on housing-related benefits and how to reduce rent arrears from an experienced practitioner
  • Free case management support services (management, advice and support).
  • Helping you understand your housing rights and assisting you to secure these rights.

We also can accompany people to court and help you to prepare their defence for hearings related to your housing crisis and assist you to make appeals against statutory decisions relating to your housing crisis.