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Affordable housing purchase schemes

Who can apply for a purchase scheme

If you’re interested in buying a home but need some financial help to do so, you may be able to apply to join an affordable housing purchase scheme. 

You need to:

  • have 10 years residency
  • have an income
  • be registered on the housing purchase waiting list
  • be registered in band 5 

Band 5

Band 5 is a section of the affordable housing gateway waiting list which is for those who wish to purchase a property but need some financial help to do so.

To be registered in band 5, fill out the application form below to join the purchase scheme waiting list.

How to apply to join the purchase scheme waiting list

You can apply to join the waiting list for any current or future purchase schemes using the form below.

We’ll ask you for some supporting documents, so you’ll need to make sure you have those to hand. These are listed in the form. 

We will assess your application and email you to confirm whether you have been accepted onto the waiting list.

Apply to join the purchase scheme waiting list

Current schemes

Schemes that are currently providing affordable homes to buy are: 

  • College Gardens
  • Andium Homebuy scheme

College Gardens' website

Andium Homebuy scheme on Andium Homes' website

How the purchase schemes work

The purchase schemes are run by private agencies and housing providers. Schemes become available at various times. 

Each scheme is different and has its own rules. For example, some might provide homes at a discounted price, whereas others might provide help towards a deposit to buy a home. 

You must fit in band 5 of the waiting list to be able to apply for a purchase scheme. 

After you're accepted onto the waiting list

Once you’re accepted onto band 5 of the waiting list, you’ll receive emails when new properties are advertised for sale or when housing purchase schemes become available.

If you are interested in a property you should speak to the company who is advertising it. We support and administer the purchase schemes but are not involved in allocating property. 

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