Home Options: Registered Social Landlord Referral
Around 55 housing associations, or Registered Social Landlords (RSLs) as they are now known, offer a range of accommodation acrossBirmingham for all kinds of people.
Homes for older people, sheltered housing, accommodation for younger people and housing for vulnerable people with specific needs are all provided by RSLs in the city.
If you want to be considered for a RSL home, you can apply directly to the individual organisation. The RSL will contact an applicant directly to tell them if they have been successful in obtaining a home.
RSLs or housing associations build homes for rent or shared ownership inBirmingham. Most have information about new developments on their websites, but if not, get in touch with them and they will be able to help you.
Information about RSLs can be obtained from local Neighbourhood and Housing Offices.
A list of RSLs inBirmingham is attached below.
For information on organisations that oversee or represent RSLs see Organisations.