Your tenancy

Starter Tenancies

A starter tenancy is the tenancy that you will have for the first twelve months of your occupation of a property.

When a tenant passes away

We understand that when someone dies it is a very difficult time for family and friends. We will try to help as much as possible in the circumstances.

Ending Your Tenancy

If you want to end your tenancy at a property you need to give at least 4 weeks notice in writing.

Joint tenancies

Joint tenants are usually a husband and wife or people who are living together. However the Trust can consider making other people joint tenants for example if friends wish to share the responsibility for a property.

Taking over a tenancy

There are certain circumstances where a tenancy can be changed from one person to another or from joint tenants to a sole tenant.

Dealing with tenancy cheats

The Manchester Tenancy Fraud Initiative is now underway at Willow Park. Along with 16 other Housing Associations across the City we’re determined to crackdown on tenancy cheats who misuse our properties.

Rules of your tenancy

What Willow Park expects from its tenants and what you can expect from us in return

Terminating your tenancy

You have the right to stay in your home so long as you keep to the conditions of your Tenancy Agreement. Willow Park Housing Trust will only take action to evict you from your home when there is no reasonable alternative

Changing your tenancy

We need to know if your name has changed to update your records. You can change a joint tenancy in to a sole tenancy, or a sole tenancy in to a joint one.

Tenancy Support Service

Our Tenancy Support Service provides expert assistance so it’s easier for you to manage your tenancy.