Your tenancy conditions

These pages set out the tenancy conditions of a Camden Council secure or introductory tenant. They explain your legal rights, the duties the council has as your landlord and the duties you have as a tenant:

If you accept a tenancy with us we expect you to:

  • keep to these conditions
  • pay your rent on time
  • take good care of our property
  • have consideration for those living around you

We want our services to be accessible to everyone who needs them. We aim to tackle discrimination and to promote equality for everyone whatever their race, gender, disability, age, sexual orientation or faith.

We value the diversity of our borough and are committed to delivering housing services that recognise the different needs of the many communities who live in Camden today.

We expect our tenants, members of their household and their visitors, to behave towards others in the community with care and consideration.

Introductory tenancies

From 7 April 2008 all new Camden council tenants have introductory tenancies. An introductory tenancy is for a trial period of one year before your tenancy becomes secure and you gain the rights of a secure tenant. Unless we take action to end your tenancy during your trial period, your tenancy will automatically become secure on the date your introductory tenancy began.

For further information about introductory tenancies, please download our leaflet:

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