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Am I considered to be homeless?
We may consider you legally homeless if any of the following apply:
You have nowhere to stay
You have been staying where you have no legal right to remain
Not all members of the family who usually live together can continue to do ...
Am I eligible for housing?
We have to determine whether you are eligible for housing. Those not eligible for assistance are listed below, however this information is not exhaustive.
People who are subject to immigration control within the meaning of the Asylum and Im...
Can I get a grant to put insulation in my home?
Warm front is a government funded scheme which provides grants to make your home warmer and more energy efficient. The grant provides a package of insulation and heating improvements up to the value of £3,500 ( £6,000 where oil central...
Can I get help if I am homeless?
To get help from us if you are homeless, you must be:
• Eligible for assistance
• Homeless or threatened with homelessness
• In priority need
• Not be intentionally homeless
• Have a local connection.
How do I get new bins?
You can order them online by clicking on this link. Alternatively email us: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on 01296 585510
Categories: HousingRefuse and recycling
I am at risk of losing my home, can you help?
Yes, if you think you may be at risk of losing your home you should seek help from a Housing Advisor as soon as you can. It may be possible, with the right advice when the problems first begin, that the loss of your home can be avoided.
Even if y...
I am finding it difficult to manage at home since I was registered disabled – can the council help me stay at home?
The following types of work, when recommended by the occupational therapist for a disabled person, are eligible for grant funding, providing they are necessary and appropriate:
• making the building or dwelling safe
• providing acces...
I am worried about crime in the Vale what can I do?
Crime is not high in the Vale. As of March 2011 the crime statistics against the previous year are as follows:
Burglary dwelling -24%
Theft Of Vehicle -3%
Theft from vehicle -26%
Total serious acquisitive crime -22.5%
Categories: Crime and disorderHousing
I’m worried about bogus contractors how can I prevent them entering my home?
A ploy used by unscrupulous contractors is to arrive unannounced and suggest you need immediate work doing on your property or garden. Usually they target vulnerable people such as the elderly, and more often than not these contractors are neither...
Is there a grant to help improve my insulation?
Warm front is a government funded scheme which provides grants to make your home warmer and more energy efficient. The grant provides a package of insulation and heating improvements up to the value of £3,500 (£6,000 where oil central ...
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