South Derbyshire is the sixth fastest-growing local authority area in England, with a population of approximately 91,000 (ONS mid 2007 estimate), meaning approximately 37,000 households who need somewhere to live.
South Derbyshire's housing stock is currently mostly low-rise semi-detached and detached family homes.
Approximately 9.5% of South Derbyshire's housing is rented accommodation provided by social landlords; either the council or housing associations.
South Derbyshire District Council remains the largest social landlord in South Derbyshire with 3,050 homes.
As well as providing housing, we also work to raise standards in privately rented accommodation and work to improve housing in areas of the district.
If you are homeless or about to become homeless, or genuinely worried about losing your home, the sooner you come to speak to us, the more chance there is that we can help to prevent you from losing your home.
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