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Environmental Health Team

Housing - Neighbourhoods, 

Chadderton Town Hall,

Oldham, OL9 6PP

If you have concerns with your landlord, Environmental Health Officers can contact your landlord, to try and resolve problems with rented homes.

Refugees and asylum seekers living in NASS accommodation, can access support. 

Language line provided upon request.

First Choice Homes Oldham

Union Street, Oldham
OL1 1BE

Customer Support Team

Refugees and asylum seekers, who have received a positive decision at the end of their NASS support. Tenants of FCHO or future tenants of FCHO, can access all these service.

Floating Support Services

Civic Centre, West Street
Oldham, OL1 1UG

Refugees who have received a positive decision at the end of their NASS support can access all these services.

You can call us and we will go through the process over the phone with you.

If you are from a minority ethnic group, our team includes staff with specialist language and cultural experience to provide the right help for you.

You can apply for help whether you are a tenant in social housing, private rented accommodation or an owner-occupier.

Housing Options

Civic Centre, West Street
Oldham, OL1 1UG

Housing Options can provide advice on low cost home ownership, housing associations, accessing the social housing register and private landlord tenancies.

For existing tenants they also offer advice on direct exchanges and downsizing.

Language line provided upon request

Oldham Tenancy Relations Service

22 Union Street, Oldham
OL1 1BE

The Tenancy Relations Service, provides free and confidential advice, to both tenants and landlords in the private rented sector.

We can provide free housing advice on all aspects of housing law in the private rented sector.

The Tenancy Relations Service has a clear mandate to instigate a criminal prosecution against landlords, or their agents, who subject their tenants to a campaign of criminal harassment or unlawfully evict them without recourse to the "due process of law".

Supported Accommodation Services

Supported Housing is for people who are vulnerable and need help to manage on a day to day basis living in their home.

Refugees and asylum seekers who have received a positive decision at the end of their NASS support can access all these services.

Language line provided upon request.