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Priority Band
1. Start by selecting your priority band.
Customers will have their household's housing needs categorised into one of three bands on the Leeds Homes Register. Select your housing need band below.
Band A - When you have an urgent priority need to move. A
Band B - When you have a priority but non urgent need to move. B
Band C - When you are in no priority need to move. C
Select your household members
2. Then select who lives in your household.
The number of bedrooms you are entitled to depends on the make-up of your household. Click on the relevent members of your household to add them and calculate your allocation.
Adult couples Single adults Older children Young children
16+ 16+ 10-15 0-9
16+ years
Single Adult
16+ years
10-15 years
0-9 years
10-15 years
0-9 years
Your Household
Remove a member by clicking on them
Your allowance: 0 bedrooms
3. Select any other information specific to you
Property Type
Would you like to live in a particular type of property? Click the options to limit your search to property types relevant to your needs.
Flats also include bedsits Flat
Multi storey flats also include maisonettes.

Please note children are not allowed to live in multi storey flats.
Leeds City Council gives preference for bungalows to customer's aged 60 or over, and to customers with an assessed medical need. If you fall into this group please click the option below.
Sheltered Housing
Sheltered housing is suitable for people who like living independently but need the reassurance of knowing help is at hand if there is an emergency. There are two categories of sheltered schemes, with or without a Support Officer.
No sheltered housing
Category 1
Tele care alarm:
Support Officer:
Category 2
Tele care alarm:
Support Officer:
Categories 1 & 2
Search for both sheltered housing categories
Would you like to live near a particular Leeds ward? Select an option from the list to limit your search to that ward and it's neighbours.
Date of Registration Quota (DORQ)
We previously provided average waiting times for customers bidding under the Date of Registration Quota, but this category of lettings was amended in April 2019. The target of up to 25% of lettings made under this category has now changed to 15% DORQ and 10% Tenants Transfer.
We have insufficient data on lettings made under the new categories to provide an average waiting time. We hope to start including this data during 2020.
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The Social Housing Picker provides an average number of weeks to rehouse calculation by Council Ward area, based on lettings over the last 5 years to customers in the chosen categories.

PLEASE NOTE: The results are only a guide and do not guarantee that you will be rehoused in this period of time. Leeds City Council cannot accept any responsibility for the outcome of decisions made by an applicant based on the information provided here.

To see currently available properties and place bids please go to the Leeds Homes website.

*No lettings based on your circumstances in this area over the last 5 years.

Guiseley & Rawdon
Otley & Yeadon
Adel & Wharfedale
Calverley & Farsley
Bramley & Staningley
Headingley & Hyde Park
Chapel Allerton
Killingbeck & Seacroft
Little London & Woodhouse
Gipton & Harehills
Cross Gates & Whinmoor
Farnley & Wortley
Beeston & Holbeck
Hunslet & Riverside
Burmantofts & Richmond Hill
Temple Newsam
Morley North
Middleton Park
Garforth & Swillington
Morley South
Ardsley & Robin Hood
Kippax & Methley
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Source Data from Data Mill North