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For the upcoming Bank Holiday weekend from Friday 10th April until Monday 13th April inclusive, we will be closed. If you are facing eviction or are homeless between this Friday and next Monday, we encourage you to contact Buckinghamshire Council on 0800 9997677 for assisstance. We will answer any emails (use info@ahag.org.uk) and voicemails left on the numbers below as soon as possible. 

Are you or is someone you know facing eviction or homeless?

AHAG provides housing advice and support to any person over the age of 18 years, who is defined as not in priority need. Check out our ‘Covid-19 Info and Resources’ page for regular up-to-date advice and support available.

ROUGH SLEEPERS- Message from Aylesbury Vale District Council

If you are homeless or sleeping rough we urge you to contact the Housing Team on 01296585168 so that we can offer you assistance. If you see someone sleeping rough then we would be grateful if you could provide information about their exact location on our report it link: https://www.aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk/rough-sleepers so that the Outreach team can offer the assistance they need.

During this uncertain period AHAG are increasing ways to access housing advice & support.

The team is working within the guidance of Public Health England.
email support via info@ahag.org.uk

call/text/WhatsApp support via:
07923 023996
07921 859444
07521 951853


Any enquiries will be responded to during our usual office hours 9-5pm Monday-Friday.

If you are over the age of 18 years and are homeless or facing homelessness, call and chat to someone from AHAG for some free, confidential advice.

You can contact us on the numbers above for advice. Please note that we do not have a list of landlords, but we will support you in looking at your housing options and assist you making referrals or looking for private landlords.

Aylesbury Homeless Action Group
Aylesbury Homeless Action Group
Covid-19/rough sleeper accommodation update. The team at AHAG have been working closely with the local authority & supporting agencies to ensure that emergency provision is being provided to any rough sleepers within the area. So far, most known rough sleepers have been accommodated safely. Provision such as health care & food are a huge concern, these needs are being met as best possible given the challenges faced.
There will be a need to ensure that at the end of this period, anyone currently accommodated will not simply become street homeless again. AHAG are also anticipating that whilst evictions cannot take place for those currently housed, there will be a spike in numbers in the near future when restrictions are lifted.
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