Living in your home

In this section of our website you’ll find everything you need to know about living in your home, from requesting a home adaptation, where to find help and support if you’re struggling, as well as refuse and recycling information.

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Your health is important

Living and managing your home can be difficult if you’re struggling mentally or financially. It’s important to reach out if you need help. You can find information on what support is available to you by following the links below.

Keeping your home safe

It’s important to know about fire and gas safety whilst living in your home to help reduce the risk of accidents occurring. You may also want to read about contents insurance to see if this is something you’d like to consider for your home to protect your possessions in the event of an accident.

Help with Energy costs and money saving tips

With the cost of living rising, it’s important to know of some simple steps you can take to reduce the cost of your energy bills as well as helping to save the planet at the same time!

Your home

We know that things can change over time, so in this section you can find more information about home adaptations, information on anti-social behaviour and how to report it, as well as electrical vehicle charging.

Refuse and Recycling

It’s important to recycle and dispose of waste correctly. Local authorities recycle differently, some mix different items together and others prefer them separated. You can find out how best to recycle your waste by visiting your local authorities webpage below as well as finding information about disposing of bulky items such as sofas, freezers and other large appliances.


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Home composting is an environmentally-friendly way of dealing with kitchen waste, plus it produces compost that can be used as an excellent soil improver. Head over to the Royal Horticultural Society website to find out how you can make your own compost.


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