What is Band 3 on Manchester move?
Band 3 This band is for people who need to move. Band 4 This band is for people who want to move, but don’t have a level of need that would get them into Bands 1, 2 or 3.
What is Band 2 on Manchester move?
Homeless applicants Applicants who are homeless and are owed certain homelessness duties (the ‘Relief Duty’ or the ‘Full Duty’) are in new band 2. Applicants who have a home but are threatened with homelessness and are owed the homelessness prevention duty are in new band 3.
What does Band 4 mean on Manchester move?
Band 4 – This band is for people who want to move but don’t have a level of need that would get them into bands 1, 2 or 3. Band 5 – This is a ‘reduced priority’ band.
What bands are there for housing?
The eight Bands are:
- A – Wheatley Group tenants who require urgent re-housing preventing homelessness:
- B – Statutory homeless referrals:
- C – Preventing homelessness:
- D – Reasonable preference:
- E – People getting older or who need additional support:
- F – No housing need:
- G – Local authority nominations:
What does Band 3 housing mean?
Band 3: Low priority – for example, people who are employed on a low income who also lack 1 bedroom, and people who need to move due to less severe medical problems than those in Bands 1 and 2.
Is Band 4 housing good?
The Housing Allocations Scheme uses a banding system to decide who needs housing the most. Band 1 is for people with the greatest priority and Band 4 is for people with the lowest priority. If you are placed in a higher band you will usually be housed quicker than if you are placed in a lower band.
What is band 4 on the council?
Who is responsible for housing in Manchester City Council?
But all housing services – repairs, rent, rehousing and so on – are delivered by the independent companies. If you live in a property owned by Manchester City Council, contact the organisation that manages your home for all your housing services. We also have advice for problems in your home .
How many homes are in Council Tax bands in Manchester?
With around 75% of all homes in Manchester falling into Council Tax bands A or B. But Manchester is growing and we need new homes to meet the different and changing needs of our city.
How does one Manchester allocate its housing stock?
One Manchester allocates properties in a clear and fair way, prioritising those who need to move most and have waited longest. We also recognise people who make a positive contribution to the community by working or volunteering. 50% of our homes are allocated using the Manchester City Council policy, which is available here.
How much of Manchester’s Housing is privately rented?
Around 30% of our housing is privately rented and 30% is social housing. With around 75% of all homes in Manchester falling into Council Tax bands A or B. But Manchester is growing and we need new homes to meet the different and changing needs of our city.