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NHS key workers

We provide NHS accommodation for key workers in the following locations:

  • Ashford Hospital, Stanwell
  • Charing Cross Hospital, Hammersmith
  • Churchill Hospital, Oxford
  • East Surrey Hospital, Redhill
  • Horton General Hospital, Banbury
  • John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
  • Prospect Park Hospital, Reading
  • Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford

Social networking

We have dedicated Facebook groups for some of our NHS key worker accommodation:

Your tenancy agreement is a legal contract that sets out your rights and your responsibilities as our tenant.

There are different types of tenancy agreements. Please read our guide to your tenancy leaflet for more information, including the different types of tenancy we use, our commitments to you, what to do if your circumstances change, and more.

It is important that you read your tenancy agreement carefully and understand it. If you break any of the conditions of your agreement, we may take legal action against you. This could cost you money and may lead to you losing your home.

Please contact us if you do not understand something in your tenancy agreement, or if you think another of our customers may be breaking their tenancy agreement.

Your tenancy agreement

Your tenancy agreement is a legal contract that sets out your rights and your responsibilities as our tenant.

There are different types of tenancy agreements. Please read our guide to your tenancy leaflet for more information, including the different types of tenancy we use, our commitments to you, what to do if your circumstances change, and more.

It is important that you read your tenancy agreement carefully and understand it. If you break any of the conditions of your agreement, we may take legal action against you. This could cost you money and may lead to you losing your home.

Please contact us if you do not understand something in your tenancy agreement, or if you think another of our customers may be breaking their tenancy agreement.

Ending your tenancy

An assured shorthold tenancy agreement allows either the landlord or tenant to end the tenancy after an initial six-month period by simply giving the other party written notification, called a ‘notice to quit’.

If you want to move out of your home after six months, there are a number of things you need to do. These are:

  • give us four weeks' notice in writing;
  • make sure your rent account is up to date and clear of any arrears;
  • tell us the address you are moving to before you move out;
  • tell us the date you are moving;
  • remove all your belongings; and
  • return the keys to the accommodation officer at the end of the four weeks.

When you move out of your property, you are required to leave your home in a good state of repair and decoration, and clear out all your goods and possessions.

Should you leave your property in need of repair or cleaning, you may be charged for any costs to bring your home up to the standard required. You will also be charged for the removal and disposal of any items left on the property that do not belong to us.

Please note that if you do not return your keys to the accommodation office, you will continue to be charged for the accommodation until the keys are returned.

If you have any questions, please contact your Housing Officer who will be happy to help you through the process.

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