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Common Housing Register -Summary Policy - September 15

Housing Allocations

Easthall Park have 693 properties available to rent in Easthall and Kildermorie, Easterhouse.

The stock ranges in size from a limited number of 1 apartments to the largest properties we have, 6 apartments.  The stock is generally new or modernised and consists of flats, cottage, terraced, semi-detached properties and tenements.

Our housing stock is of high demand and we are in the difficult position where housing demand exceeds supply.

We only have approximately 40 properties that become available for let each year.

We allocate our properties through a group plus points common allocation policy. Members include Calvay Housing Association, Gardeen Housing Association & Lochfield Park Housing Association

Our common allocation policy

Our common allocation policy is called a "group plus points” system.

We put people who apply into one of eight groups depending on their housing needs.  “Housing need” is a general term used to describe individuals or households who would benefit from being housed in other accommodation which would address specific factors such as overcrowding, homelessness or the current property being unsuitable due to medical reasons.

We accept all individuals to our housing list as long as they are aged 16 or over.  This does not however, as demand for our houses far exceeds supply, guarantee an offer of an Easthall Park tenancy.

We have produced a summary booklet of our common allocation policy. This booklet tells you what size of house you are eligible for and how we work out what priority to give your application.

For further information on our common allocation policy, please contact the office.

Homelessness

Easthall Park is fully committed to the prevention and resolution of homeless. 

We agree each year a quota with Glasgow City Council to house a percentage
of statutory homeless households.

Our staff can provide housing advice and information to people who are homeless or potentially homeless.

Glasgow City Council is however the statutory agency who have the responsibility for providing temporary and permanent accommodation to people who are classified as homeless.

The Glasgow City Council website is www.glasgow.gov.uk

The crisis/duty service for people at risk of homelessness is provided from Easterhouse Social Work Area Team, 1250 Westerhouse Road, Easterhouse, G34 9EA. The contact phone number for the service is 0141 276 6153.

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