Housing Department

The Housing Department's main role is to administer public housing, including: allocation, rent collection, maintenance and repairs. The main office is located at Units 79 & 80 Harbour's Walk, New Harbours and comprises the following counters:

Housing Department

Housing Allocation Counter
Opening hours: 8.30 am - 14.00 pm Monday to Friday
Tel Number: 20075603
Fax: 20052947
Email: housing@gibraltar.gov.gi

Rent Collection Counter
Opening hours: 8.30 am - 14.00 pm Monday to Friday
Tel Number: 20071976
Fax: 20048090
Email: rent@gibraltar.gov.gi

Reporting Office and Counter
For maintenance, cleaning, light bulb and other repair services.

Opening hours: 8.30 am - 14.00 pm Monday to Friday
Tel Number including daytime emergencies 20048440 or 20048441.
After-hours emergencies Tel: 20050129
Email: reports@gibraltar.gov.gi

Other services
1. Housing Works Agency
Housing Works Agency comes under the responsibility of the Ministry for Housing. Its primary role is to provide maintenance and refurbishment for government rented accommodation.

The main offices for Housing Works Agency are currently located at:
Unit A,
7 Admiral Rooke Road,
Gibraltar.
Tel: 20076389

2. Cleaning of the housing estates
The Ministry for Housing is currently contracting Britannia Premium Cleaning for the cleaning of the housing estates.
Their address is The Stone Block, Unit 5B, The New Harbours, Gibraltar

Any queries concerning the cleaning of the estates can be directed to their hotline:
on telephone: 58009959


3. Technical Division
The Ministry for Housing provides professional services including engineering, quantity surveying and building surveying.
Located on the Unit A, 7 Admiral Rooke Road, their main role is to manage the technical aspects of the ministry's services such as: preparation of tenders, supervision of contractors and attending to building applications within housing estates.

For further information please contact telephone numbers 20052870 or 2009430/20049466

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CAB SERVICE AIMS TO

Ensure that individuals do not suffer through lack of knowledge of their rights and responsibilities or of the services available to them or through an inability to express their needs effectively.