Advice and guidance on applying for social housing, housing transfer, affordable housing etc.
Advice and guidance if you are homeless, about to become homeless or are wanting to leave your home.
Information about who is responsible for Housing Repairs and how to report a Housing Repair.
StreetLink is a website that enables the public to alert local authorities in England and Wales about people sleeping rough in their area.
A film from the Health and Housing Conference held December 2016, about ending avoidable health inequalities in North Wales by 2025.
North East Wales (NEW) Homes and Property Management, based in Flintshire, will own, lease and manage properties across Flintshire.
Flintshire County Council supports a low cost home ownership scheme, which enables people currently priced out of the housing market to own a home of their own.
Assistance available to homeowners to repair, improve and adapt their homes.
If you are looking to rent housing in the private sector, need help finding your deposit or a landlord then please visit our private rented sector pages on flintshirehousing.co.uk
Find useful contact details for various Housing services
Learn more about Flintshire County Council's extra care housing schemes
Help for tenants living in privately rented accommodation that is in a poor state of repair
Find advice about the empty homes scheme
Welsh Housing Quality Standard (WHQS)
Flintshire County Council is committed to meeting the needs of the local community for affordable housing across the county
Flintshire County Council is applying to Welsh Government to suspend the Right to Buy council dwellings in Flintshire.
The Council recognises and supports the positive outcomes for people in housing need that are attained from effective, person centred homeless prevention services as contained within the Housing (Wales) Act 2014.
What to expect when the Council collects personal information.