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Recent Lets



The information provided here can be used to help you decide which properties to bid for, by giving you a better idea how popular a particular property or area is and how long you would normally have to wait. You can then decide whether to look for other types of property or areas where you may not have to wait as long.  You can also find more statistics about the scheme by clicking here.

The detail for each property advertised will only appear once the property has been let and the system updated by the Landlord.  The information will then appear under the week it was advertised.

Current search criteria: Letting Cycle

Recently let properties for CBL - South Norfolk - Advertised between 16/05/2019 and 22/05/2019

Address Local Connection Policy Beds Property Type Band Band Date Property Reference No of Bids
Alberta Piece, Church Road Alpington Norwich NR14 7NS N 2 Bungalow Silver 19/02/2019 69006 4
The Street Bergh Apton Norwich NR15 1BN Y 1 House Low Need 01/03/2019 69007 29
Brandreth Close Dickleburgh Norfolk IP21 4FE Y 1 House Low Need 01/05/2019 69008 21
Martin Road Harleston Norfolk IP20 9HX N 2 Bungalow Low Need 04/01/2018 69011 6
Worcester Road New Costessy NR5 0UJ Y 1 Flat Low Need 04/04/2019 69017 16
Olive Avenue Newton Flotman NR15 1PF N 2 House Gold 25/04/2019 69013 4
Albini Way Wymondham NR18 0UJ Y 1 Flat Emergency 09/05/2019 69016 18
Hallowing Crescent Great Moulton Norwich NR15 2HS N 2 Bungalow Gold 15/05/2019 69009 5
Jeckyll Road Wymondham Norfolk NR18 0WQ Y 2 Flat Gold 17/05/2019 69021 1
Social rented properties are generally offered first to the bidders with a higher band and then the earliest banding date. However, in exceptional circumstances such as where the applicant has provided false information this may not be the case. Some properties are adapted to give additional accessibility (eg wheelchair users) and in these cases bidders needing adapted properties may be shortlisted above applicants in higher need bands without this need. In addition, there are properties which are built to meet local housing needs. In these cases it may be that applicants in lower bands with the relevant parish connection will be offered a property above those in higher bands without the local connection.

Social rented properties (council and housing association) are generally offered first to the bidders with a higher band and then the earliest registration date. However, in exceptional circumstances such as where the applicant has provided false information this may not be the case.

Please note. Some properties may only receive one bid.  This also happens when a property is used as per our direct lets policy and is allocated directly to applicants outside of the choice based lettings process (please see section 3.13 of the Home Options Policy available on the website). For example, where a customer’s home requires major building work and they need to be moved, the individual will be allocated directly to a suitable property.

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