East Kent Housing Staff and Services to Transfer to Councils
Staff at East Kent Housing (EKH) and the services it provides are set to transfer to the four councils that own it at close of play on 30 September this year. EKH currently manages more than 17,000 properties on behalf of Canterbury City Council, Dover District Council, Folkestone & Hythe District Council and Thanet District Council. For more details, please see our latest Press Release.
In the meantime, housing and support services for tenants will continue to be provided by EKH. For more information, including contact details, please see the EKH website.
During the transition period, personal data from East Kent Housing will be processed and transferred to the control of the Council for the service to be taken back in house on the 1st October 2020. For more information on this processing, please view the supporting document to this notice here. This will also provide information on where to find relevant privacy notices and data protection policies.
What you need to know and how to apply for housing
Pay your rent online using a debit or credit card
You can report a problem with your home through East Kent Housing
Getting a home, changing your home and finding help
People on a low income can get help to pay their rent
Grants & Loans, Empty Homes, Houses in Multiple Occupation
Independent living with someone to call on in emergencies.
Find out what to do if you are homeless of threatened with eviction
Find out about Community Led Housing and Self Build