Newport is a growing city with increasing demand for housing of all kinds. Use the online housing enquiry form to make general enquiries about housing in Newport.
Find a home
See the Housing Options page to apply to rent or buy a housing association property and for information about low cost home ownership, private renting, rent to buy, home exchange, housing advice and homelessness.
Newport City Council holds a housing register in partnership with housing associations.
See the Home Options website for homes to rent and affordable homes to buy.
Low cost home ownership
Read about affordable home ownership options, offered by the council in partnership with housing associations and developers for people who may be unable to afford to buy on the open market.
A range of accommodation types, with different providers, offers a range of options. See the Housing for older people pages.
Information for people in Newport who are at risk of homelessness or who are homeless.
Help to manage at home
- A range of floating support services from specialist providers for people in their own homes
- Housing grants are available to carry out adaptations to the homes of people with disabilities
- The Supported Housing Gateway can help people into supported accommodation
- Short term tenancy support is available for some tenants with low level support needs, to help promote independence and prevent homelessness
- The telecare service is on hand to respond to your alarm call
The council aims to maintain minimum housing standards and protect public health and safety in domestic premises.
Read more about shared housing.
The council is committed to tackling empty properties in the private sector.
Local Housing Strategy
The Local Housing Strategy 2012-2017 (pdf) sets out the main housing issues facing the city and how the council and its partner organisations will try to tackle them.