Avon and Bristol Law Centre has a new Tenancy Information Project providing free, weekly sessions to educate tenants in Avon and Bristol on how to navigate the often-complicated private rental market. We offer one-off 30 minute appointments run by trained volunteers (law students) .
To book a free, one-off appointment with one of our trained volunteers, please contact us on 0117 924 8662 or email email@example.com
What kind of issues can our Housing team help with?
We can help where your home may be at risk, you are homeless, or your home is in poor condition and this is affecting your or your family’s heath.
Our housing team deals with the following kinds of issues:
We cannot assist with boundary disputes or advise landlords.
What kind of help and advice can I get?
We provide specialist advice and representation on a wide range of housing problems including complex possession cases, homelessness appeals and judicial review.
The team has a willingness to fight for the rights of tenants and owner occupiers and use our knowledge of the law in an imaginative way to take important challenges forward.
We may be able to help you even if the court bailiffs have given you a date for eviction. However, when your home is at risk it is important to seek advice at the earliest stage, as soon as you receive notice of possession or notice to quit from your landlord.
If you have applied as homeless to the local authority and feel that an incorrect decision has been made then we may be able to assist you with a challenge to the county court or to the high court.
If you are at risk of losing your home please contact us as soon as possible.
Who can we help?
Our service covers Bristol, South Gloucestershire, B&NES and North Somerset.
We have a Legal Aid Outreach contract in B&NES and can meet with you in Bath on Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, between 2-5pm. Please call us to make an appointment:
Tuesday - Reach/DHI office, 15/16 Milsom St, Bath BA1 1BZ
Thursday – CAB, 2 Edgar Buildings, George St, Bath BA1 2EE
We can represent you in your housing case in Bath County Court under the duty solicitor scheme. Please check it is operating the day of your hearing.
How to contact us
Other sources of information and advice about housing and homelessness
Some of our previous work in Housing
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