Your tenancy agreement is the legally binding contract which you must keep to. It is important that you keep your copy of the agreement safe as you will need to refer to it if you have any doubts about your rights or responsibilities.
We cannot change the terms of your tenancy agreement without your approval (except for changing your rent and making other changes allowed by law).
As a Network Homes resident, you have several rights for the level of service you are entitled to receive.Your rights as a tenant
Clear communal areas
It's important residents keep communal areas clear of clutter and rubbish.Clear communal areas
We employ contractors to carry out a number of grounds maintenance services on our general rented and older persons housing in Hertfordshire and London.Grounds maintenance
Keeping pets in your home
You must obtain our permission in writing before you keep any pet in your property.Pets
Communal cleaning service
Our cleaning contractors are responsible for cleaning communal areas in the majority of our blocks of flats for older people, general rental and leasehold accommodation.Cleaning rotas
A mutual exchange is where you ‘swap’ homes with another tenant, who can be a Network Homes tenant or a tenant of another housing association or local council.Mutual exchange
Buying your home (Right to buy)
The Government is proposing to extend the Right to Buy process to housing association tenants who live in social rented or affordable rented homes.Buying your home