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North Ayrshire Housing Register (NAHR) is a shared housing register for people who are looking for social housing in North Ayrshire.
The landlords are:-
North Ayrshire Council,
Cunninghame Housing Association,
Irvine Housing Association

By completing a single application form, you will be considered for housing by all of these landlords. Applications will be assessed in the same way regardless of which landlord you register with. The priority of your application will depend on your housing need, more information about this can be found in our policy summary (1.4 Mb pdf)

Apply for social housing

Anyone 16 years or older can apply to be placed on the register.

You need to be registered before you will be considered for housing, you will find guidance on registering, log in and updating you application in our application guide (PDF, 1.2mb)

If you are not registered you can complete an assessment using the 'Housing Option' tab at the top of the page.

Please read our  and view the  before applying letting areas  (9.47 Mb pdf).

Apply online for social housing

For help on how to log in to register or edit/change an application 

You may find the welfare reform leaflet (460 KB pdf) useful if you receive housing benefit


What happens next

You will be advised of which group you have been placed in and the number of points you have been awarded, based on your housing circumstances. You will be considered for any vacancies. 

Mutual exchange scheme

You need to be a tenant of either a council or a registered social landlord to qualify for a mutual exchange. Please read our mutual exchange scheme guidance.

Apply for a mutual exchange

What happens next?

When you have agreed an exchange, complete a mutual exchange request form here  (96.0 Kb pdf)

Housing Guide for People with Sight loss is available here

Scottish Housing Regulator

The Scottish Housing Regulator  is there to protect the interests of tenants, homeless people and others who use social landlords' services. Raise a concern about a landlord by visiting their website.   

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