SARH has committed to offer up to 75% of its homes to Stafford Borough Council (SBC) who will nominate a customer in line with their needs-based Housing Allocations Scheme.
If a home is not let following a nomination from SBC it will be let using SARHomes. The property will be offered to existing SARH customers with a priority to transfer.
In the event that two existing SARH customers have the same priority to transfer the home will be offered to the customer who has the earliest registration date (subject to any property criteria which may apply).
In the event that a home is not let to an SBC nomination or an existing SARH customer with a priority to transfer, the home will be offered to the customer with the earliest registration date (subject to any property criteria which may apply).
Will my medical conditions be taken into account?
All information provided when you register will be taken into account when considering the type of housing that would meet the needs of you and your family members.
If you are an existing SARH customer with medical needs which are preventing you or a member of your family from returning home from hospital, or from being able to use essential facilities within your home, you will be given a priority to transfer to a more suitable SARH home.
There may be other ways to make your home more suitable by installing an aid or adaptation into your current home.
What if I am homeless or threatened with homelessness?
You should contact the Housing Options Team at Stafford Borough Council (SBC) on 01785 619 313, visit www.staffordbc.gov.uk/housing or call in to SBC offices, Civic Centre, Riverside, Stafford.
- Stafford Borough Council Homelessness out of hours telephone:
- Homelessness drop-in sessions at Stafford Borough Council:
Monday – Friday 9:30am – 11:30am