The organisation is very resourceful and highly sophisticated for its size
Letting our Homes
When a vacancy occurs, staff will contact applicants from the waiting list who will then be visited to discuss the vacancy and confirm their housing need points. The property is offered to the applicant in greatest housing need or, where two applicants have the same number of points, to the applicant who has been on the waiting list for the longest time.
Review of Waiting List
Each application is reviewed every year. Applicants who do not respond to the review letter within one month will have their application withdrawn.
Nominations from Local Councils
Sadeh Lok has nomination agreements with Kirklees Council, Wakefield Council and Rotherham Borough Council. As a result of this arrangement, the Association has agreed to accept nominations for 50% of its vacant properties. Some areas, where Sadeh Lok may not have its own waiting list or the waiting list is very small, the percentage of nominations may be higher than 50%. It is therefore advisable that applicants register an application with the local Council to increase their chances of re-housing.
Please click here to view our Allocations and Letting Policy
Annual Report 2015/16
Thirteen family-sized houses are taking shape in Sadeh Lok’s latest affordable homes development.
Contractors for the Huddersfield-based hou ...
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