What you Need to Know
If you are homeless, or think you might become homeless, please contact your nearest
Glasgow City Council provides a homelessness out of hours service at:
The Hamish Allan Centre
180 Centre Street
Glasgow G5 8EE
free phone: 0800 838 502
This Centre is open from 16:45pm to 08.45am Monday to Friday. Open 24 hours on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.
Who Can Apply?
Anyone over the age of 16 can submit an application for social housing.
If you are under 16 and thinking of leaving home, you may find the information on the Shelter Scotland website useful.
How to apply?
The easiest way to apply to any of the GHR Partners is to use the Online Form.
If you would like assistance to complete the online form, or you have any problems or queries, please contact one of the landlords you would like to be housed by, their details can be found on the Contact Us Page.
What Happens Next?
You will be asked to provide additional information to support your application, including:
- 2 forms of identification
- Evidence of any Health Problem and/or disability
- Evidence of pregnancy or dependent children
Depending on how many Participating Housing Associations you request to be considered by, you will potentially be asked to submit this informaiton more that once.
Properties are the allocated on the basis of housing need and points are awarded for a range of circumstances to applicants in housing need e.g. overcrowding, medical condition etc.
Each GHR Partner allocates points according to their own Allocations Policies.
If you cannot find the information you are looking for, please check the Frequently Asked Questions section or contact one of your chosen Housing Associations.
There may aslo be useful advice and information provided by Charities and other organisations listed in the Useful Links section.
(Please be aware that GHR is not responsible for external web content)