Welcome to the website of Cornwall Rural Housing Association

Cornwall Rural Housing Association (CRHA) is a leading provider of good quality affordable rural housing 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 and in conjunction with our partners aim to provide more new affordable housing.

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

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CRHA tenants, 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

  • News


    In supporting our community through the COVID-19 crisis, Cornwall Council is working with Cornish fuel poverty charity Community Energy Plus and we are now able to provide practical help to support vulnerable clients to stay warm this winter, including help with energy costs and essential heating repairs and upgrades. This support is funded through the Department of Work and Pensions. Community Energy Plus are delivering the energy element of the scheme, targeting help to householders living in any property tenure on low incomes (less than £30k after housing and energy costs) who are in financial hardship and living in cold homes. Applicants will also benefit from advice to help reduce their energy bills, including tariff advice, accessing the £140 discount from their energy supplier, access to grants for heating and insulation upgrades and referral/signposting to other partners for wider assistance and advice. Applicants may be able to access additional support through Inclusion Cornwall and Cornwall Council for other help. Assistance will be allocated on a first come first served basis to eligible householders by 31st March 2022. How to apply 1. Save the attached form to a computer/tablet/phone. 2. Open and complete by clicking into each box, making sure you fill-in all sections and explain what help is needed and why. Use the typing function for all sections except the signature (see below). If the pen icon is selected but not needed, click it again to revert to typing 3. Tick declarations on page 9 & 10. 4. Applicant must sign their name on page 10 (select the pen icon to do this and click the pen again to return to the typing function). 5. Save and return the application to us by emailing HSG@cep.org.uk Important - Please supply a form of identity to accompany an application. This can be a driving licence, passport, Council Tax, utility bill or DWP letter. If applying for a payment to an energy supplier(s), please supply a copy of an energy bill(s), or photo/screenshot clearly showing name, address and customer account number(s).

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    Women in Travel

    Are you a Cornwall based, unemployed woman seeking access to training and work? Are you considering employment or perhaps setting up your own business? OR A South East Cornwall based woman, who is unemployed or at risk of becoming unemployed. See the link and leaflet for help and advice.

  • Porth View

    Available Home

    Home to Rent at Porth View, St Mawes. Applicatons for this property has now closed.

    The rent on the property will be £100.14 per week. The house has electric night storage heating and coal fire and has its own parking space and a private rear garden. The internal accommodation consists of two bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and bathroom with w.c. Priority will be given in the first instance to people who live in the Parish of St Just In Roseland. Applications will be considered from people with a strong connection to the parishes of Gerrans, Philleigh, Ruanlanihorne and Veryan.

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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.