Tenants Handbook

As a Tenant of Rural Housing Association, we hope that you will enjoy living in your home. In
our handbook we have tried to put together some information, which we hope you will find
useful. You will not need to read it all at once, but by having this information handy, you can
refer to it when you need to. The handbook provides information to help you with all aspects
of your tenancy. It sets out the obligations and responsibilities of you, the Tenant, and of the
Association as your landlord. The Tenancy agreement you have signed is legally binding on
both parties.
Please feel free to discuss any problem affecting your home with the Association’s Housing
Management Department or any other members of staff.

You can download the tenant’s handbook here.