Forming part of a modern development, this spacious Townhouse offers a good size fully fitted kitchen and dining room, a bright South-facing living room, downstairs WC, a generous master bedroom, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The home benefits from private front and rear gardens, neutral decoration, gas central heating and double glazed windows. Please note images are not house specific.
About Mid Market
Mid-Market Rent housing is designed to assist households that are unlikely to be successfully housed by the Council or a Housing Association/Co-operative due to the pressure on housing supply.
Mid-Market rent is a form of affordable housing, although rents are higher than what a tenant would normally expect to pay in social housing.
As a tenant you normally get a short assured tenancy, which is the same type of lease as most tenants get when they rent privately.
The Local Housing Authority's Housing Strategy clearly defines the important role Mid-Market Rent housing performs in addressing housing need throughout the city and this tenure forms an integral element of the council's affordable housing policy.
Preference in the allocation of either Mid-Market Rent housing will be given to:
* First time buyers
* Those living in private rented housing
* Those living with family, friends or relatives
* Those lacking security of tenure in their current home.
* Owners of properties where a change of circumstances (e.g. health or relationship breakdown) is forcing or requiring a move
* Those either currently occupying or holding positions on waiting lists in respect of Council or Housing Association property.
In general, applicants applying and being considered for Mid-Market Rent will be considered subject to meeting a combination of the following criteria:
* Applicants should have sufficient income enabling them to pay rent or occupancy charges without the need to apply for Housing Benefit
* Applicants should normally have a regular income.
* Applicants should normally be individuals or households with gross incomes not exceeding £37,000 per annum
* Applicants without regular income - but who have access to other funds will also be considered.