Renting a Newark and Sherwood District Council property
COVID-19 Update: The government has amended the Coronavirus (COVID-19) regulations to allow people to move. This guidance provides advice on viewing a property safely with Newark and Sherwood District Council. For more information please visit Covid-19: Viewing Advice.
Newark and Sherwood District Council properties are allocated to those eligible for housing and priority is given to those in most housing need.
As a council tenant, you will have a Tenancy Agreement (PDF File, 863kb).
As a council tenant you have responsibilities including:
Newark and Sherwood District Council's responsibilities include:
If you have already applied for housing with Newark and Sherwood District Council, you can view your application or express an interest in a property. Please have your account number to hand.
In order to apply for a home with Newark and Sherwood District Council, you must register with us first. This can be done through MyAccount.
Please make sure you have the following information available before you apply:
The application form will ask you for details about yourself and everyone who will live in the property, where you live now, where you would like to live and whether you have any medical conditions or disabilities which might affect the type of property you require.
Once you are on the housing register you will be given an application reference number which you will need to view your application and bid on available properties. This is called a “choice based letting” system and means you can choose where you want to live.
To bid on available properties using My Account, applicants will need to use their housing application reference number to create an account.
Should you need any help completing the application, please contact us by calling 0800 561 0010 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.