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Hyde Plus - Successful Tenancies Team

The Successful Tenancies team provides free and confidential advice and support to Hyde Group residents to maintain their tenancies. Areas of work include Money & Debt, Employment and Tenancy Sustainment Advice.

Our advisors will:
• Work with you to assess your needs and get you the right level of support
• Support you in reaching your goals within the aims of the service
• Offer different communication styles to suit your needs, phone /text/email
• Put you in touch with other organisations for different or longer term support
• Provide online support and resources

We focus on helping residents resolve outstanding rent arrears, welfare benefit, fuel poverty and providing support for longer term solutions for all other debts; to help residents maintain their tenancies and increase household financial stability.

If you would like advice on anything money related including:

• mortgage or rent arrears
• Service Charge and Major work arrears
• Possession proceedings
• Benefit overpayment
• Utility bills
• Secured/unsecured personal loans and
• Hire purchase and Conditional Sales agreements.

We can negotiate with creditors and even assist with bankruptcy proceedings or a debt relief order.

Additional help

•  grants to buy white goods, furniture or other unexpected expenses
• Trust application to reduce fuel costs

This service can support clients with:

  • Debt advice and help with money
  • Help with benefits or grants
  • Advice about consumer law

Who to contact

Telephone
0800 030 4424 or 07553369684
E-mail
hydeplus@hyde-housing.co.uk
Website
hyde-housing.co.uk/advice

Location

Address
65
Roman Way
London
Postcode
N7 8UT
Additional address
Face to face meeting venues can be arranged

Time / date Details

Time of day
Daytime

Other Details

Can I refer myself?
No
How to refer or apply

This is an in house service only for Hyde Group and Partners for Islington residents and requests for referral are made via housing or income officer.

Record updated: 31/01/2017