Your Housing Options
- Being served notice
- Trying to find a landlord who will accept Housing Benefit or a Deposit Bond
- Being asked to leave by family or friends
- Domestic violence and abuse
- Debt, including rent arrears
- Relationship breakdown
- Coming out of hospital or prison.
If you would like a Housing Options assessment, please contact our triage team by coming into the Civic Centre or Bognor Town Hall or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The form asks questions about the current circumstances for you and any other members of your household. Please complete the form with all of your details. Once we have received your form we will endeavour to contact your within 24 hours, excluding weekends and public holidays.
Information about the data we will collect and how we will handle it can be found in the following Privacy Notice Homelessness and Housing Options.pdf [pdf] 226KB and in the Privacy Notice for data provided to the Ministry of Housing.docx [docx] 24KB .
By email at email@example.com
By phone on 01903 737552
In person at Bognor Regis Town Hall or the Civic Centre in Littlehampton
Appointments can be offered at Bognor Regis Town Hall or the Civic Centre
Duty to Refer: 1 October 2018
If you represent a partner organisation that has the Duty to Refer with effect from October 2018 (See List.docx [docx] 15KB ) and you have a client in your service who is homeless or threatened with homelessness, and who has a connection to Arun, please complete the attached Duty to refer form.docx [docx] 106KB, with the client’s consent, and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
The form also has the contact details for other Councils within West Sussex if your client has a local connection to one of those Council areas.
If you are homeless and need somewhere to stay immediately, please contact the Housing Options Team directly and as soon as possible for an emergency assessment on 01903 737552.
If you are made homeless in an emergency situation outside of office hours, please contact us on 01903 737500.
If you are concerned about someone you have seen sleeping out, you can report this or get assistance from Streetlink via their website or the 24/7 phone line on 0300 500 0914.
The Streetlink notifications are sent to Arun’s Homeless Outreach Keyworkers who can offer intensive support to help rough sleepers to access accommodation and make positive changes in their lives. The Outreach Keyworkers are supported by a multi-agency group of local organisations and charities who work together to provide the services needed to tackle rough sleeping in Arun.