You can request its change if you find yourself in any of the following cases:
That your family unit has experienced an increase or decrease. However, for these purposes, an increase shall not be considered to be that which originates as a result of marriage or a similar situation of the descendants of the holder who would form a new family unit independent of the previous one. The descendants of legal age and the ascendants will have to prove 2 years of continuous cohabitation with the owner immediately prior to the date of the request.
That situations of personal, family or neighborhood conflicts concur, provided that said conflicts are not attributable to the requesting family unit. These conflicts must be reliably accredited.
That there are serious health problems of any of the members of the applicant's family unit that make it necessary to change housing.
In addition to finding yourself in one of the cases assessed by the Order of November 5, 2001 and meet the requirements for it, the changes are granted in order of score and based on the effective availability of housing, with priority being awarded to new applicants.
YES, but in this case, the change of housing must be requested directly from the current Social Housing Agency, indicating in your application that you are the recipient of the housing of the extinct IRIS (Institute of Rehousing and Social Integration) for rehousing.
Application and processing
Check this Guide to know what documents you will have to present.