If you are an EU EEA or Swiss Citizen you and your family may need to apply to the EU Settlelemnt Scheme in order to access social housing and to continue to live in the UK after 30th June 2021. If your application is sucessful you will either get settled or pre-settled status. Further information on how to apply can be found on the government website https://www.gov.uk/settled-status-eu-citizens-families EU EEA or Swiss Citizens with a current active application who are no longer eligible to access social housing will have their application closed at any point of verification. Applications may be verified at the point of application, during any period of assessment, notification of any change of circumstances and/or at the point of any offer of accomodation. Where an applicant is found no longer to be eligible for social housing or qualify for access to the North Yorkshire Home Choice Housing Register their application will be closed. NYHC operate a review process which includes access to the register by either eligibility or qualification
Together Housing have a recently refurbished 2 bed flat with wet room available to rent. The flat has one double and one single bedroom and is near to Sherburn in Elmet, which has good transport links to both York and Leeds. This flat is open to bids from applicants with either a one or two bed need and is being advertised in the bidding cycle 4th to 9th February. Please see the full advert for further details and rent costs.
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A housing needs survey is underway in the parish of Snainton and Brompton by Sawdon of Scarborough Council. There is a concern about the lack of affordable housing in rural areas for people on average incomes, resullting in many people having to leave their village to seek housing elsewhere. If a need for more housing is established this will help the council determine the number of homes needed. People in housing need are invited to take part in the survey, if a need is identified, then a public consultation day in Snainton Parish for all residents will be held to comment on any proposed scheme. The survey is open on line at www.scarborough.gov.uk/consultation or via the QR code or by contacting the rural housing coordinator Colin Huby at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01723 232538 This survey will close on 15th January 2021