- 1 How do I get on the council list Nottingham?
- 2 Who gets priority for council housing?
- 3 Is it worth applying for a council house?
- 4 What makes you applicable for a council house?
- 5 How do you get on the council house waiting list?
- 6 How many council houses are there in Nottingham?
- 7 Who gets priority for social housing?
- 8 Is mental health a priority for housing?
- 9 Is Band B good for housing?
- 10 How can I get a council house fast?
- 11 What is the average council house rent in London?
- 12 What documents you need for council house?
How do I get on the council list Nottingham?
To qualify to be included on Nottingham City’s Housing Register, you must be eligible for social housing within the law and:
- have lived in Nottingham for three out of the last five years.
- be 18 years of age or older.
Who gets priority for council housing?
Councils must give some priority for housing to people who: are homeless or are threatened with homelessness. live in unsanitary or overcrowded housing. need to move for medical or welfare reasons.
Is it worth applying for a council house?
There are quite long waiting lists for council housing in most areas, though not everywhere. It is worth applying anyway because this can help you to get on housing association lists too. Some places have lists of housing with shorter waiting lists, sometimes called “readily available” or “always available”.
What makes you applicable for a council house?
You’re usually eligible to apply for council housing if you have: British or Irish citizenship. indefinite leave to remain (ILR) right of abode as a Commonwealth citizen.
How do you get on the council house waiting list?
You can apply for a home through your local council. They might also call it ‘social housing’. If your application is accepted, you’ll go on to a waiting list of people who need a council home. Your council will then prioritise applications based on who needs a home most urgently.
How many council houses are there in Nottingham?
More than 570 council houses have been built in Nottingham in the last five years – and there are at least another 500 in the pipeline for 2020. Nottingham City Council has pledged to build or buy 1,000 council or social homes as part of their plans to develop 4,000 new homes by 2023.
Priority if you need to move for medical or welfare reasons has health problems that are made worse by where you live. has mobility problems that make it difficult to get around your home. suffers from a mental illness or depression, that is made worse by your accommodation.
Is mental health a priority for housing?
‘ You are classed as priority need if you are vulnerable because of your mental illness. You can also be classed as priority need for other things. If you are a priority need you should be offered emergency accommodation.
Is Band B good for housing?
Band A – for households with an urgent need to move. Band B – for households with a high priority to move. Band C – for households with an identified housing need. Band D – for households with no other housing need but interested in affordable social housing and Homebuy.
How can I get a council house fast?
How to get a council house quicker
- Be as open and flexible as you can.
- Update the council of changes to circumstances.
- Ensure you’re in the right band.
- Use all your bids.
- Ensure you’re bidding for the correct type of property – by this we mean bidding for the type of property you will be given priority for.
What is the average council house rent in London?
Average weekly rents and service charges: Council £106 + £9 (2017/18) Housing Association £122 (2018) + £11 Households on the waiting list for social housing.
What documents you need for council house?
- Proof of identity and personal information. adoption correspondence. birth certificate. court order.
- Income and employment. bank statement. benefits or Council Tax letter. Child Benefit Letter.
- Property. accommodation licence. address history.
- Health information. medical document. doctor’s letter.