Welcome to the website of Cornwall Rural Housing Association

Cornwall Rural Housing Association (CRHA) is a leading provider of good quality affordable rural homes across Cornwall and on the Isles of Scilly.

CRHA provides a mix of affordable and social rental homes as well as providing shared ownership opportunities making a real difference to nearly a thousand local people in our rural communities.

We are also a developing association, aiming to provide more new affordable homes in conjunction with our partners, Homes England and Cornwall Council.

CRHA was also a founder member of the Rural Housing Alliance and actively supports the work of the Alliance.

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CRHA customers, you can edit your personal information, view your rent account, report repairs and more… all online.

Send an email to info@crha.org.uk to let us know that you want to sign up to My CRHA. If you have already contacted CRHA and registered, you can login at the top of the page.

Latest News, Events & Developments

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    Available Home

    Home to Rent

    Blacksmiths Meadow, Coads Green A Three 3-bedroom (4 person) houses will shortly become available for letting on the above development. The property has double glazed windows, ground floor WC, off road parking for 2 cars and a private garden. An air source heat pump will provide hot water and under floor heating to the ground floor with radiators on the first floor. The rent on the property will be in the region of £163.20 per week. Closing date for applications is Monday 3rd June at 5pm.

  • News

    What is Radon?

    Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is formed by the breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water. In Cornwall, elevated levels of radon are prevalent compared to other regions in the UK, particularly in the South West. This is primarily due to the granite present in our landscape, which generates radon more rapidly than many other types of rock.

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    Available Home


    This property is subject to a Section 106 Agreement, which means applicants will need to demonstrate a strong local connection to the Parish of Landewednack. There is a staircasing cap of 80% with CRHA always retaining 20%. The minimum purchase share for this property is 50% of the market value.

Online Tools

  • Welfare Reform Calculator

    Our welfare reform calculator calculates how anyone could be affected by under occupancy & also the benefits cap. Try it.

  • Benefits Calculator

    Our benefits calculator works out entitlement to current welfare benefits. Try it.