If you are interested in a move, a home swap between you and another social housing tenant is something you may want to explore. It can happen for many reasons, such as needing more (or less) space, moving for work, or to be closer to family.
It’s a great option for social housing tenants who can’t access or don’t want to wait for the normal allocation process. It gives you more control and means you’re able to choose a home that suits your needs better in a place you want to live.
Wandle pays to be a member of two exchange services below, which means you can register for free as a Wandle tenant. Once you register, we verify your details and then you can get started.
If you want to transfer to a different home, you need to register directly with the borough you currently live in, as we do not maintain a transfer list of our own. This will give you access to their waiting list, and to bid or be nominated to local authority and other housing association homes in the borough, meaning you have a wider choice.
Click on your borough to get more information about how to register.
Bromley Council manages the housing allocations in Bromley. Go to www.bromley.gov.uk for more information.
Croydon Council manages the housing allocations in Croydon. Go to www.croydon.gov.uk for more information.
Kingston Council manages the housing allocations in Kingston. Go to www.kingston.gov.uk for more information.
Lambeth Council manages the housing allocations in Lambeth. Go to www.lambeth.gov.uk for more information.
Lewisham Council manages the housing allocations in Lewisham. Go to www.lewisham.gov.uk for more information.
Merton Council manages the housing allocations in Merton. Go to www.merton.gov.uk for more information.
Southwark Council manages the housing allocations in Southwark. Go to www.southwark.gov.uk for more information.
Sutton Council manages the housing allocations in Sutton. Go to www.sutton.gov.uk for more information.
Wandsworth Council manages the housing allocations in Wandsworth. Go to www.wandsworth.gov.uk for more information.
Please note, not all types of tenancy are eligible to move in the ways described above. Please refer to your tenancy agreement for more information or contact us and we can let you know.