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Kallil

Homeless and pregnant secure tenancy

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Hello all,

 

We need help and advice with housing,

 

I am Male 32 with a secure council tenancy 

 

She is 23 , 20 weeks pregnant and sort of sofa surfing with two dogs.

 

We have never lived together and been in a relationship since 2018, we have never felt ready to live together not straight away anyway, we found out she was pregnant back in febuary and I verbally spoke to my council officer when she was in  my neighbourhood and ask if it was possible my girlfriend could move in with me at a later stage as i hadn't even asked her to move in with me, my council officer said this would not be a problem and spoke a little bit about over crowding when the baby is born, so me and my girlfriend thought it would be absolutely fine for her to move in with me once I finally spoke to her about it, now the council are basically saying she can move in but the two dogs cannot, my girlfriend said she refuses to give up on the dogs.

 

I no that we can make a joint transfer application with councils and hopefully they will move us but can they really refuse the dogs to come with us? What can I do about this? 

 

Thank you

 

 

 

 

 

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Hello and welcome to CAG.

 

What does your tenancy agreement say about pets please?

 

Best, HB


Illegitimi non carborundum

 

 

 

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33 minutes ago, honeybee13 said:

Hello and welcome to CAG.

 

What does your tenancy agreement say about pets please?

 

Best, HB

Hi there

 

I cant actually find my agreement but it probably says no pets, I'm in a ground floor flat with a corridor and communal garden. My neighbour who lives above me had a dog there for 12 years and he is 2nd floor I can attach a letter I received from them sorry it's not the best pic

 

Dogs.pdf

 

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Yes, I'm afraid your picture could do with some work. The best way to post it is as a pdf file so that the advisers can read it easily, zoom in on it or rotate it. I can't read it because it's sideways.

 

If you read our upload guide, it will tell you more.

 

HB


Illegitimi non carborundum

 

 

 

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Yes, it sounds like a very difficult predicament and of course will try to help you. However, I think that at the very least you could please try to present your documents in a way which you would like to see them presented to you. If you want you can get a copy of Adobe scan for your phone and that will generally speaking do the trick.

On this occasion I've converted the document for you and also attended the correct way round.


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13 minutes ago, honeybee13 said:

Yes, I'm afraid your picture could do with some work. The best way to post it is as a pdf file so that the advisers can read it easily, zoom in on it or rotate it. I can't read it because it's sideways.

 

If you read our upload guide, it will tell you more.

 

HB

Try this hopefully it's better for everyone :)

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36 minutes ago, BankFodder said:

Yes, it sounds like a very difficult predicament and of course will try to help you. However, I think that at the very least you could please try to present your documents in a way which you would like to see them presented to you. If you want you can get a copy of Adobe scan for your phone and that will generally speaking do the trick.

On this occasion I've converted the document for you and also attended the correct way round.

Very very sorry, I'm abit outdated, my phone is very old and slow and no access to pc or laptop I will do my very best to send over the best quality of things as I can 

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Well done. You need to edit out the name of the previous housing officer please, unless BF has done that.

 

HB


Illegitimi non carborundum

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, honeybee13 said:

Well done. You need to edit out the name of the previous housing officer please, unless BF has done that.

 

HB

Good one I didnt realise I'm not doing so well I'm very sorry 🙈

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Submit a joint application for re-Housing to the Council. Based on your changed circumstances. You may have to be very flexible with location, as housing options are limited. 

 

Also apply to Housing Associations in your area. 

 

You can include Housing on University Credit claim from date you move to new property.

 

If the girlfriend is pregnant and homeless she may be prioritized.


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6 minutes ago, Kallil said:

Good one I didnt realise I'm not doing so well I'm very sorry 🙈

 

You'll get the hang of it. :)

 

HB


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15 minutes ago, unclebulgaria67 said:

Submit a joint application for re-Housing to the Council. Based on your changed circumstances. You may have to be very flexible with location, as housing options are limited. 

 

Also apply to Housing Associations in your area. 

 

You can include Housing on University Credit claim from date you move to new property.

 

If the girlfriend is pregnant and homeless she may be prioritized.

Hi, yes we was going to call the council tomorrow to see if we can put a joint application in even tho we dont live together, the only problem is atm shes pregnant hormones everywhere and I just want to relieve her from all this stress, i suppose I would be threatened with eviction notices etc if I allow them to stay without permission? I have asked my doctor for an medical letter what they have asked for but I dont no how far that will go

 

Thank you

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Hi all, we have spoken to my mums local council and they have let us do a application so that is one good thing, I have also spoken to my doctor who is willing to write me a letter, I dont no who see the letter I posted, but i dont no if that letter will be accepted by my housing officer 

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Just a update on this, we have been accepted by the council but we are on band 4, there banding category band 1 highest priority, band 4 lowest priority,

 

We only have one bedroom entitlement until my partner is 25 weeks pregnant what is in 4 weeks time, how ever band 4 is around 5 years waiting list, but she needs housing before then, is she better off putting in a single application? The banding could possibly go down in 4 weeks to a higher priority but I'm not clear on this I have emailed them to ask but no response 

 

Thanks 

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