• Right to Buy 

     

    Right to Buy allows most council tenants to buy their council home at a discount. Use the eligibility checker on the Right to Buy website to find out if you can apply.

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    There are different rules for Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

    You can apply to buy your council home if:

      • it’s your only or main home
      • it’s self-contained
      • you’re a secure tenant
      • you’ve had a public sector landlord (eg a council, housing association or NHS trust) for 3 years - it doesn’t have to be 3 years in a row
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    Joint applications

    You can make a joint application with:

      • someone who shares your tenancy
      • up to 3 family members who’ve lived with you for the past 12 months (even if they don’t share your tenancy)
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    Ex-council homes

    If your home used to be owned by the council, but they sold it to another landlord (like a housing association) while you were living in it, you may still have the Right to Buy. This is called ‘Preserved Right to Buy’.

    Ask your landlord

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