Ending your tenancy
You'll need to give us at least 4 weeks' written notice before you want to move out, as per your tenancy agreement.
The quickest and easiest way you can give notice is through your online account. Or, you can also send a letter or email using the details below.
Ending a tenancy in England
Send a letter or email to our Business Support Unit stating your name, address, contact details, and expected tenancy end date.
Business Support Unit
PO Box 2070, PR5 9BY
Ending a tenancy in Scotland
Send a letter to your housing officer stating your name, address, contact details, and expected tenancy end date.
Places for People Scotland
1 Hay Avenue
Giving your notice
- The named person(s) on the tenancy agreement must make the termination of tenancy request. The notice must be given in writing, as it’s a legal document.
- A Power of Attorney or Court Appointed Deputy can instigate the process to end a tenancy. In these circumstances, evidence needs to be provided for the permission to act on their behalf.
- If the tenant has passed away, the next of kin should provide a copy of the death certificate to begin the notice period.
What happens next
- On receipt of the written notice, we’ll write to you to confirm the end date of your tenancy.
- One of our lettings and marketing managers will then contact you to discuss returning the keys and any other required actions.