What does Band E mean in housing?
Band E is for those applicants who do not have an identified housing need or a local connection, or those applicants who have an identified housing need that meets Band D criteria but do not have a local connection.
How many bands are there in social housing?
The eight Bands are: A – Wheatley Group tenants who require urgent re-housing preventing homelessness: people whose homes are being demolished.
What is social housing Band 4?
The Housing Allocations Scheme uses a banding system to decide who needs housing the most. Band 1 is for people with the greatest priority and Band 4 is for people with the lowest priority. If you are placed in a higher band you will usually be housed quicker than if you are placed in a lower band.
What does housing Band B mean?
people who urgently need to move
Band B is for people who urgently need to move, perhaps because of a serious medical condition that is affected by their existing housing situation.
What is homechoice queue position?
Once a bid is placed, you will be shown a queue position. This is an estimation of your current prioritisation, in regards to all other bids that have been placed. This number will change during the cycle in relation to all other bids subsequently placed.
What bands are there for housing?
If you are accepted onto the housing register, you will be placed in a band.
- Band A is for people with an extremely urgent need to move.
- Band B is for people who urgently need to move, perhaps because of a serious medical condition that is affected by their existing housing situation.
What is Band 2 on the council?
Band 2 is for priority housing needs and is for those residents who have provided evidence of making a community contribution.
What is band C2 in housing?
Band C1 & C2 – identified need to move such as homeless households and households lacking bedrooms and facilities. This is a dual band to reflect reduced priority.
What do house bands mean?
The banding is based on the value of your home at 1 April 1991. Band A – property value up to £40,000. Band B – property value over £40,000 and up to £52,000. Band C – property value over £52,000 and up to £68,000. Band D – property value over £68,000 and up to £88,000.