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Bromford Housing Group are advertising new build properties in Clehonger, see Questions and Answers below about about the local connection criteria:
Am I eligible for a new build Bromford home in Clehonger?
Bromford was granted planning permission to build these new homes on the condition that priority is given to local people on the council’s housing register. These conditions are written into an agreement between Bromford and the council and this agreement is known as a section 106 agreement.
What does the agreement say for the new homes in Clehonger?
Please note applicants must also be eligible for the size and type of property for example 2 bed homes are available only for those with a need for two bedrooms etc. You will also need to have a pre offer assessment by Bromford to make sure that you are able to afford the new home and will be able to maintain a tenancy.
How do I know if I have a local connection to one of the Parishes?
1. If you have lived in Clehonger or one of the parishes for 6 out of the last 12 months or 3 of the last 5 years you will be eligible.
2. If you work in Clehonger or in one of the other parishes or you have an offer of permanent employment there. You need to be working 16 hours or more a week to qualify. You may also be self employed and run your business in one of the parishes.
3. If you have close family living in Clehonger or one of the other parishes and they have lived there for a minimum of the past 12 months then you may qualify for a local connection. Close family means a parent, an adult child, or brothers and sisters. You must be able to provide proof of your relationship with the person (eg a birth certificate) and proof of their residency. The relative must also confirm to us that they wish for you to live close to them.
4. If you need to move to the area because you need to give or receive care or support from someone who lives there you may also be considered to have a local connection.