Affordable Housing Gateway (FOI)
Affordable Housing Gateway (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 31 October 2016.
As [name redacted] is carrying out research on the residential market, I would be grateful if you would provide a breakdown of the Gateway list, to include total numbers on the list, breakdown of the type of accommodation required (if available) and the numbers in the relevant bands.
The majority of this information is published each month at:
Affordable Housing Gateway waiting list
As of 28 October 2016 there are 972 on the Gateway list.
Type of accommodation required:
|Studio / bedsit||46 |
|One-bed need||417 |
|Two-bed need ||318 |
|Three-bed need||159 |
The numbers in each band are:
Band 1: Highest Priority
|Band 2: This Band refers to cases of overcrowding, poor housing standards, moderate medical||424 |
|Band 3: This Band reflects applicants whose current accommodation is unaffordable given their personal circumstances||261|
|Band 4: This Band refers to those who wish to move to better accommodation and are able to re-house themselves in the private sector without financial assistance ||51 |
|Band 6: This Band is reserved for agency referrals through the Supported Housing Group ||30|
Freedom of Information exemption applied
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