Welcome to Doncaster’s 10-year Housing Strategy. A clear strategy for responding to current and future housing needs is an essential requirement for borough growth and improvement. The availability and quality of housing has a direct impact on health, educational attainment, economic prosperity and community safety and cohesion – all of which are critical to Doncaster’s success and to the wellbeing of our residents and visitors.
We have a statutory duty to investigate complaints where landlords and tenants cannot agree who should undertake work.
Questions that a tenant may ask about his rights and responsibilities when renting privately.
Here are the top questions which we are asked by private sector landlords.
This page explains what you need to do if you wish to legally evict a tenant.
Information focuses on regulations relating to setting up a tenancy, repairs and safety of residents.
Properties of three or more floors, with five or more tenants belonging to two or more households, require a licence from the council.
Most tenants renting from private landlords have their housing benefit assessed under Local Housing Allowance (LHA) rules.
Find out about affordable housing, applying for housing in a council house or housing association property, home alarm service, renting a house, home improvements and grants and gypsy and traveller sites.