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Rent to buy Apartments

Published: Friday 7 August 2020

41 affordable rent-to-buy apartments are now available in Eagle House, through Rentplus, a no-deposit scheme to enable those on low or middle incomes get on the route to home ownership.

The apartments in Eagle House are right in the centre of Bracknell, and within The Lexicon shopping centre.

Residents initially rent their new home for a minimum of five years, before being offered the chance to buy.  To find out more, visit the Rentplus website


Social Housing Residents Information

Published: Thursday 28 May 2020

Please see letter from Minister of state for Housing with updates for Social housing residents on Covid-19

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New shared ownership homes available

Published: Wednesday 16 May 2018

Don't miss out on the opportunity to become a home owner in Bracknell. If you are interested in purchasing a new one or two bed shared ownership property, visit https://www.bracknell-forest.gov.uk/housing/looking-housing


New Housing Allocations Policy Effective 1st November 2016

Published: Tuesday 24 May 2016

The Council's New Housing Allocations Policy came into effect from 1st November 2016

 

The Changes are below:-

 

  • You now have to live in the Bracknell Forest borough for 4 years to join the Housing Register. We have written to all those affected by this change.  Note: The requirement to annually renew your Housing Register application remains the same.

  • Making Offers of private rented accommodation to homeless households for whom the Council has a statutory duty to house as a discharge of duty.

  • Introducing the “Right to Move” which will allow social housing tenants living outside Bracknell Forest to move to a housing association property in Bracknell Forest where this will enable them to take up employment or keep employment in the Borough.

  • Introducing the opportunity for exceptional circumstances to be taken into account when considering applicants from outside the borough

  • Where families have children in care and Children Services are working with the family to enable the children to return home, these families will be prioritised as if the children are living with them so that they do not have to wait until the children are returned to come on to the housing register.