If you are thinking of moving to York, there are a range of housing options to consider:
Buying a property
If you are thinking of buying a property in York, you can find estate agents in the area on the National Association of Estate Agents website.
Buying or renting affordable housing
If you are considering renting from a private landlord, the government has published a checklist for renting which sets out your rights and responsibilities.
Find out how to apply for a council home in York.
Following your move
Council services that may be of interest:
- Concessionary travel – get discounts on bus travel
- Electoral register - register to vote in York
- Jobs - find jobs with the council
- Residents parking - priority parking and discounts for residents
- Schools - find out about schools in York, including OFSTED reports
- Waste and recycling - find out when your rubbish is collected and where you can recycle
- YorkCards - gives you membership to York's libraries and discounts on leisure facilities
- Yortime website - find out about community groups and events in York
You must let us know if you move house. We will recalculate your bill and send you a revised account within 10 working days.
If you are moving into a newly built property we will be unable to send you a bill until the Valuation Officer decides which band your property falls into. However, to help you plan your household expenses, we will provide you with a provisional bill in the meantime.
Registering with NHS services
You can find your nearest services, including doctors and dentists, on the NHS website.