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This is a register of all those who have applied for and qualify to be considered for council or housing association properties. Anyone who has been allocated 120 points or more can bid for council and housing association properties using the Home Connections service. Click on the Home Connections link under the main navigation list on the left side of this page, for more information.
To see a summary of how social housing is allocated in Islington, click on the link at the bottom of the page.
To download a copy of the Housing Register Application Form, click on the link at the bottom of this page.
Most people with a fixed address in Islington, who have lived within the borough for at least 3 of the last 5 years can join the council housing list. Further details of who can apply are available in the Housing Allocation Scheme, click on the link at the bottom of the page.
We will assess your housing application to check that you qualify for the housing register. If you are assessed with over 120 points we will ask you to provide proof of your identity, immigration status and current address.
For more information, click on the Guide to Points link under the main navigation list on the left side of this page.
Once your application has been assessed, you will be allocated a number of points depending on your personal circumstances. If you have more than 120 points you can bid for properties through the Home Connections scheme.
For more information, click on the Home Connections link under the main navigation list on the left side of this page.
If you have less than 120 points, click on the Renting in the Private Sector link under the main navigation list on the left side of this page.
Once you are on the housing register, you must tell us of any changes to your circumstances, and reply to the annual review letter we send you to confirm that you want to stay on the housing register.
The time you wait depends on how many points you are allocated. The more points you have the greater your chances of successfully bidding for a property that suits you. Your choice of areas, the size of property you need and the number of suitable properties available will all affect waiting times.
To download a summary of the equality risks that were considered when setting the allocation policy, please click on the link at the bottom of this page.
If you need help to fill in the application form please call in to your local housing office or contact the Housing Options Team. Please let us know if you have an impairment on the form as this may affect your priority for housing. Please tell us your access and communication needs so we can provide an appropriate service, and communicate with you in your preferred format.
If you require help from an interpreter to complete the application form, please contact your local housing office or the Housing Options Team.
For more information, contact:
The Housing Options TeamHousing Aid Team, Customer Service Centre, 222 Upper Street London N1 1XR
Tel: 020 7527 4140Fax: 020 7527 4136 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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