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Changes to welfare and benefits took place in April 2013. You can find out more about these changes and how they may affect you in our Money Advice section.
It’s easy to pay your rent: you can pay it online, or set up a direct debit. Or by using your mobile, a swipe card, by phone or by SMS.
Remember, your rent is due in advance. If you’re having money problems, talk to us, or read the latest money saving advice from our resident adviser. If you don’t pay your rent, you could lose your home. read more >
Your first point of contact will be with our Customer Care Line on 0300 123 3456. Most of the time the person you first speak to will be able to help you and answer your queries. If they can’t they will put you in touch or arrange an appointment with someone who can.
Many people contact us directly to find out if they can become a tenant: please note, we don’t take any applications directly.
To become a Family Mosaic tenant, you’ll first need to contact your local council and ask to be placed on their housing list.
Waiting lists are long especially in London but your local council will be able to advise you.
We take anti-social behaviour seriously. Our brochure provides information about what we consider ASB and what you can do to try and resolve the problem. If you are still unable to resolve this yourself, contact our Customer Care Line on 0300 123 3456 (option 2), they will give advice about how to deal with the problem. Alternatively, report it using our online form.
You can vary any terms of your lease by agreement with us. In addition, you have the right to appeal to a leasehold valuation tribunal on specific grounds, so that you can vary your lease. Find out more
We do not allow individual satellite dishes to be put up on blocks of flats, because this often breaches planning conditions, can be unsightly and can cause damage to the building. Newer developments often have a communal dish provided, or a service provider will normally be prepared to erect a communal system if a number of leaseholders want this. If you do put up a satellite dish, you will be charged for the costs of our removing it.
Call us on 0300 123 2209 - or speak with the contractor directly.
We encourage you to set up a Residents Association within your scheme, or join an existing association. We’ve also set up a leasehold forum, so you can feedback your comments to us directly. Call us on 0300 123 2209 for further information.
Our neighbourhood managers put all the latest information up onto your communal notice board. We’re also piloting a scheme where they can post latest updates to this web site.
Buying more shares in your home is called staircasing: after you’ve bought your initial share, you can then buy further shares called tranches. The minimum tranche you can buy is 10%. You can usually buy up to 100% of your home. Find out more
The short answer is no: communal hallways and landings have to be kept clear at all times because they are a means of escape in case of fire. If anything is left in the hallway, we will ask you to remove it: if you don’t, then we will dispose of it and may incur costs as a result.
Your solicitor should provide you with a copy of your lease when you complete the purchase of your property. If you’ve lost this, or did not originally receive one, we can help you with a replacement. There will be a fixed fee for this service.
Depending on where you live, please contact one of our local offices.
Please visit our Floating Support page for information on floating support referrals in Essex and Southend-on-Sea
You’ll need to contact your local council first, and ask about how you can apply to be on their housing register. You can always speak with your local support office for more information or advice.
We have care services in London, Hampshire, Essex and East Sussex. You can either refer yourself, or be referred to us via social services. It will depend on your circumstances. Contact your local office to find out more.
This will depend on your circumstances. We can support you whether you are in receipt of welfare benefits, or not. Contact one of our local offices about how we can support you.
We have various specialist services for people with learning disabilities. Check what’s available at your local office.
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