Apply for subsidized rental housing, find affordable market rentals and other resources to find affordable housing. You can also appeal your decision if you were denied subsidy, apply for Ontario Works (financial assistance and program supports) and apply for subsidized child care.
Rental units are available at market (non-subsidized) rate through Peel Living, the Region of Peel’s non-profit housing company. For details on all available units please visit the Viewit Website.
If you are homeless, we can help you find emergency shelter, get access to street outreach and get help to find you a permanent home.
We can help you renovate your home for better accessibility, access affordable home ownership loans and obtain emergency financial aid if you are at-risk of losing your home.
The Region of Peel is looking for partners who can bring new and innovative thinking to help create affordable housing options in Peel. Non-profit organizations, existing housing providers and the private sector all have a part to play in helping increase the amount of affordable housing options available for the residents of Peel.
As System Manager for housing, the Region of Peel is accountable for planning and supporting a housing system that is people-centred, recognizes the needs of individuals, families and the community, is based on partnerships and supported through innovative solutions.
In 2013, Peel residents, community agencies, the Region of Peel and other key stakeholders collaborated to create the Peel Housing and Homelessness Plan. It aims to increase safe, affordable, accessible and appropriate housing in Peel.
If you live in Peel Living housing, you can submit a repair request online, contact your superintendent and get the latest news and events from your community. Corporate information is also available.