Join the housing register
Bucks Home Choice is the scheme that is used to allocate affordable housing in the Buckinghamshire Council area.
Who provides affordable housing
Affordable housing in the Buckinghamshire Council area is provided by over 70 Registered Providers (housing associations).
The council do not own any housing stock. If you are successful with the offer of accommodation via Bucks Home Choice, you will become the tenant of a registered provider (housing association).
How we allocate housing
There is an increasing demand for social housing in the Buckinghamshire Council area and not everyone is eligible or meets the criteria to join Bucks Home Choice.
There is currently a very high demand for accommodation in the Buckinghamshire area and limited socially rented properties become available for re-letting each year.
Properties are usually let to those with the highest level of need whose homes are no longer of suitable size or cannot remain in their current home.
Applicants can expect to wait several years for accommodation, especially larger families.
Alternative housing options
As we prioritise the most urgent cases, it can take a long time to be offered a property via Bucks Home Choice and therefore we would urge you to look at all of your housing options including privately rented accommodation.
If you are a tenant of a social landlord seeking a transfer to alternative accommodation you may also like to register to seek a mutual exchange at HomeSwapper.
Register for Bucks Home Choice
If you would like to register to be considered for Bucks Home Choice you can complete an online application.
You will also find lots of useful information regarding the Bucks Home Choice Allocations Policy, other housing options and frequently asked questions on the website.