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Gosport Borough Council

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Housing Options

Our Housing Options Service provides information, assistance and advice to help you resolve your housing situation. We will either try to keep you in your current home or we will help you to find alternative accommodation.

We provide advice and assistance on a wide range of housing related problems:

  • Deposits
  • Homelessness
  • Housing Waiting List
  • Housing Options
  • Landlord and Tenant Law
  • Those leaving the Armed Forces
  • Notices
  • Relationship breakdown
  • Domestic Violence
  • Care Leavers
  • Those leaving Prison
  • Money Advice


Contact Us


You can contact us during office hours from 9:00am to 5:00pm in the following ways:



Should you require emergency accommodation outside of normal working hours contact our Central Control Team on 0800 028 0835.


Duty to Refer - please see separate Duty to Refer page. For more information email

dutytorefer@gosport.gov.uk



Useful contacts


Please see below links to some websites that you may find useful.


Gosport Borough Council recognises the contribution and sacrifice made by members of the Armed Forces community and the unique skills and attributes they bring to our workplace. The Armed Forces Covenant is a voluntary statement of mutual support between a civilian community and its local Armed Forces community. It is intended to complement the national Armed Forces Covenant, which outlines the moral obligation between the Nation, the Government and the Armed Forces at a local level.


Citizens Advice Gosport is an independent service providing free, confidential and impartial advice to everybody regardless of race, sex, disability or sexuality. They offer information and advice through face-to-face, phone and online.


Connect to Support Hampshire - provides information for adults with care and support needs.


The Family Information and Services Hub gives information about what is going on in your area, details on how to access services, organisations and activities in Hampshire, and the advice and support that is available.


The Gosport Basics Bank aim to provide practical help to all people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in the Gosport area. Services include free food, toiletries and other items to anyone in crisis during the hours of 1-3pm, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Vouchers are available to anyone sleeping on the streets for a free meal and drink through a number of agencies in the area.


Hantsweb is your gateway to information on Hampshire - for residents and visitors alike, services include:

  • Births, deaths and ceremonies
  • Community support
  • Education and learning
  • Social care and health


Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust has developed a useful website called Health Connections which provides information about local services for people who have complex care needs or people who just want information on services available locally. The website contains a comprehensive directory of organisations that support people with their health and wellbeing.


Money Advice Service - Free and impartial money advice, set up by the Government.


NHAS - National Homelessness Advice Service.


Private Rented Sector - Please select here to view the government's 'how to' guides for the private rented sector in England published by Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.


Lifelong support for our Forces and their families. SAFFA has a network of trained volunteer case workers who can visit you at home. They provide emotional, practical and financial support, as well as assistance with a variety of welfare needs, and offer help with purchasing essential items, housing advice, assistance with relocation costs, help with education and training course costs and personal support.


SDAS - Southern Domestic Abuse Service provide services to people who have experienced or who are experiencing emotional, physical or sexual abuse in their relationships.


Shelter - Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through their advice, support and legal services. They campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to them for help.


Step by Step - are a charity working to empower young people aged 16-21 and prevent homelessness.


The Royal British Legion provides lifelong support for the Armed Forces community - serving men and women, veterans, and their families. They also campaign to improve their lives, organise the Poppy Appeal and remember the fallen.


Two Saints - provides people who are homeless, vulnerable or in need of support, the opportunity to build a brighter future.


The Wessex Youth Offending Team aim is to see fewer children and young people in the criminal justice system.

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