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.

Drop in times and locations




While work to refurbish the library takes place the drop in will be held at the temporary location of Aylesbury Study Centre.Aylesbury Study Centre.  This is a short walk from the Aylesbury Library building and is part of the Council’s New County Hall complex.  It can be accessed step free via Friars Square Shopping Centre.

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

You can also contact us on 01296 435026 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.


The office will be closed from Monday 24th December to Monday 1st January inclusive.

There will be no drop in sessions during this time.  These will restart on Wednesday 3rd January at St. Mary’s Church.


If you are rough sleeping, or have concerns about someone sleeping rough, you can contact: https://www.aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk/rough-sleepers