Can anyone live in sheltered housing?
Sheltered housing could suit you if you want to live independently but need a bit more support, or if you want to live in a smaller and easier-to-manage home. It is usually only available to those aged 55 and over.
What is a housing register?
About the housing register The housing register is the list of people who qualify for council housing and are waiting to be offered a property.
What does sheltered housing provide?
Sheltered housing is a term used to describe accommodation provided specifically for elderly people. Such schemes usually have the services of a warden or scheme manager. Each property will have a round the clock alarm system so the resident can summon help in an emergency.
Is there any social housing in Rother?
Social housing Rother does not own any council housing. Social housing in the district is owned and managed by Registered Providers (Housing Associations) and are let at relatively low rents. These properties are available via the Sussex Homemove scheme.
Does ridrother own any council or social housing?
Rother does not own any council housing. Social housing in the district is owned and managed by Registered Providers (Housing Associations) and are let at relatively low rents. These properties are available via the Sussex Homemove scheme.
How do I apply for extra care housing in Rother?
In general to be eligible for extra care housing applicants must: If you would like to be considered for extra care housing in Rother please contact East Sussex Adult Social Care Phone: 0345 60 80 191 (open 8am to 8pm 7 days a week including bank holidays)
What does the housing options service do?
Rother District Council aims to ensure that all residents have access to affordable housing that enables a good quality of life. The Housing Options service aim to prevent people becoming homeless by providing advice and assistance to help people find a solution to their housing problem.