Extra Services

In addition to managing homes for affordable rent or sale, we can also help you with through other services:

Cumbria Law Centre – Cumbria Law Centre is a community organisation offering free legal advice and representation to people who live or work in the county. They prioritise those on the lowest incomes and focus on Housing, Debt, Employment and Welfare Benefit matters.

Garages – We have garages available to rent.  Please contact our Customer Service Team if you would like more information.

Home Contents Insurance – Many of our customers believe we insure their furniture, belongings and decorations against fire, theft, vandalism or water damage such as burst pipes – THIS IS NOT THE CASE. However we can help you arrange special household contents insurance.

Domestic Abuse Domestic Abuse is one of the biggest issues in society today. The true scale of the problem is difficult to determine because a large proportion of domestic abuse goes un-reported.  We can help.

Rural Housing Enabler Service: support for parishes and communities – Eden Housing Association is working in partnership with ACT to help rural communities get affordable housing built. In Cumbria the DEFRA funded Rural Housing Enabling service covers Westmorland and Furness and Cumberland, including the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales (Westmorland Dales) National Park areas.

The aim of the service is to ensure that small rural communities benefit from the appropriate development of new affordable homes. Target communities are those with fewer than 3000 people and developments are likely to be for around ten homes or fewer. We know that these developments are vital for sustaining rural community services and schools, as well as providing much needed homes for key workers and young families.

How Rural Housing Enablers can help you…

The Rural Housing Enablers service offers free, impartial advice.

This includes step-by-step guidance to plan and deliver high-quality affordable housing that meets the needs of communities and fits in with the local environment. Often this will mean exploring Rural Exception Sites – those which have not been suggest for development in the local plan, but which would only be considered for the development of affordable housing by the Planning authority.

For more information click here, or if this is something your community would like to look into, please get in touch with [email protected]

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