Your landlord or agency may allow adaptations that remove or change part of your home if:
they want you to stay
the work will add value to the property
Even if you do not have the legal right to an adaptation, you can still ask.
The landlord may be more likely to agree if they know that they do not have to pay. For example, if you can get a Disabled Facilities Grant (DFG) from your local authority. DFGs are means-tested (based on your savings and income).
The law says that if you are classified as 'disabled' under the Equality Act, you are entitled to reasonable adjustments. But there is no set definition of what is reasonable. It depends on what you need and how expensive or hard the adjustment would be for the landlord.
Some home adaptation information can be hard to find. Look for a section of your local authority's website that talks about 'housing' or 'disabled people'. Some pages might be called 'help to stay in the home' or 'care assessments and housing adaptation'.
Sometimes it's not clear who you should contact. If you're not sure, contact your local authority's general number or email address. They can tell you who to contact or refer you to the correct department. It can help to ask for the Community Occupational Therapy office.
Local groups or groups supporting people with your condition may be able to support you. Your GP may also know about groups that might be able to help.