Leeds City Council
  • A to Z
  • Newsroom
  • Contact us
  • Accessibility
  • A- A+

Housing Associations and Co-operative Housing Groups

Housing Associations provide rented housing which is similar to local councils – often to people on a low income or who need special types of housing. 

Some of them provide homes for particular groups of people; for example sheltered housing. They do not make a profit and many of them are charitable organisations. They are often called Registered Social Landlords (RSLs) or Registered Providers (RPs).

Applying for a home with a housing association
You can apply for a home with a housing association by contacting them directly. You can also apply to some of them by registering with Leeds Homes. A list of housing associations in Leeds is available in the documents section on this page.

If you want to find out more about housing associations in England, visit the National Housing Federation website.

 
Close