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This support is for all those who need help to live independently; It can help landlords or people who rent housing (rental support) and those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. If we do not inquire about your condition, we will try to transform your rental after six months. However, if you violate the terms of your rental agreement while you have a start-up rental agreement, we can inform you two months in advance that you must leave and a court will automatically return possession of your home to us. If you were a tenant of North Somerset Council before February 2006 and are now a tenant of Alliance Homes, you will almost certainly have what is called a secure lease. This means that you have different rights than those who have become tenants since that date, including the right of sale. Depending on the nature of the problem, it is very likely that other agencies will be able to provide specific help and support. You will use a “support plan” that will define the type of help to be provided, what problems will be addressed, what you need to do yourself to ensure a positive outcome and the timeline within which this should be achieved. Alliance Homes currently owns and manages around 6500 homes and employs 400 people, has an annual turnover of £38 million and works with local, regional and national agencies to provide services. In addition to providing affordable housing in terms of rent and operating costs, they also offer a number of care and support services to help individuals. All new tenants will first receive a “starter lease”. Meanwhile, some rights are limited – for example, there is no right to buy your home through the Right to Acquire Scheme, exchange your home with another tenant, host a tenant, or make changes to the property. If there is no lease problem at the end of the starting period (usually 6 months), the lease is converted into either a guaranteed rental agreement (“for life”) or a temporary rental contract of 5 years…