No, you will only receive one offer, if you refuse your single offer your application will be suspended for 6 months.
Yes you can refuse an offer, your application will then be suspended for 6 months and you will be unable to bid on any current properties
No, please only bid on properties that you wish to move to.
Yes until the age of 5 with Dacorum or until the age of ten under other housing associations housing policy, please check this before bidding on a property to avoid being overlooked
It could be for a number of reasons, for example having a local connection to a village
Properties can be added to the website throughout the day Monday to Friday so you should check the website every other day to ensure that you see all properties available.
Yes but you will be required to produce some form of photographic ID to verify your identity and eligibility.
Yes if you contact the Housing Needs Team or online and request closure of your application
Yes you can do a mutual exchange with www.houseexchange.org.uk
Or if you are a Dacorum Borough Council tenant looking to downsize you can apply for a transfer with www.movingwithdacorum.org.uk
You an find our Moving to a smaller home leaflet here - http://www.dacorum.gov.uk/home/housing/current-tenant/moving/moving-to-a-smaller-home
For any property related arrears including rent arrears, council tax arrears, housing assocation arrears or private sector rent arrears, you will need to be able to demonstrate you have adhered to a repayment plan for the past 6 months, which has reduced your arrears. However, please be aware that some housing associations will not accept an applicant with arrears even if they have been in a payment plan.
Providing they live with you as part of the household and it is their permanent home.
Unfortunately not unless they live with you and are part of the household
You will need supporting evidence from an Occupational Therapist or medical report from your GP or Consultant that you require an additional bedroom for your own needs
No, only up to the number of bedrooms you are occupying
Yes, housing associations have their own housing policies, but the Housing Needs team will endeavor to allocate a property accordingly and keep you up to date if this isn’t possible.
Yes, we work together with housing associations but they do have their own individual policies, which can be found on their own websites.