Who can apply
Anyone aged 16 or over and from the UK has the right to be admitted to a housing list. This is not the same as being eligible to be housed and there are different sets of rules around housing rights for people who are not from the UK.
If you are not from the UK or have recently arrived in the UK, this site gives you information about your housing rights.
How to apply
If you’re looking for a home in Inverclyde, you’ve come to the right place. To register for a house with us you first need to complete a registration form. We will then write to you with your User ID, PIN and Housing Needs Group. If you need assistance see our ‘where to get help’ section.
You should use the 'apply' button if you are registering for the first time. Depending on your circumstances, allow yourself 20 to 60 minutes to complete registration.
If you have already started the form but used the 'Finish Later' option, you should use the 'Log In' button.
If you require help to complete this form you can contact us by phone on 0800 013 2196. We're available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Before you complete this form you will need to have:
Your current address (including postcode);
Your National Insurance Number (and that of the joint tenant, if applicable);
The name(s) and date(s) of birth of everyone living at your address (even if they are not moving with you);
Any other addresses you may have had in the last three years. You will need to provide the postcode for each address, the dates you lived there and the contact details of the landlord if any of the homes were rented and
A copy of page one of your Housing Action Plan
We may ask you to provide further information once your application has been assessed and will contact you if this is required.