Having someone else live in your property might affect your rent or your eligibility for rented housing.
If you would like another person to live in your GHA property, then you must let your Housing Officer know before they move in as stated in your tenancy agreement with the GHA.
Why do I need to do this?
Having someone else live in your property might affect the rent you’re charged or your eligibility for rented housing so you should contact us straight away. If we find out later, you may be prosecuted.
their earnings, savings and any other sources of income.
You will need to send it to us with the following:
copies of wage slips (4 wage slips if weekly paid, 2 wage slips if fortnightly paid, 2 wage slips if monthly paid and, if self-employed, your tax assessment for the previous year and most recent audited accounts)
copy of your status declaration or employment permit number (previously right to work).
You can send it to us by:
post to Guernsey Housing Association, First Floor, Newlands House, Lowlands Trading Estate, Braye Road, Vale GY3 5XJ