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Housing – Poppy Grove, Harvey Lane, Dickleburgh

I have received notification from SNC Housing Officer that Sage Housing are expected to handover their completed homes on 10th July 2019. They often advertise homes for rent before the actual handover date, therefore anyone interested should check the South Norfolk Home Options website every week:

There are: 3 two bedroom houses

2 one bedroom houses

A two Bedroom House in Brandreth Close, Dickleburgh

(A local home available for re-letting by Saffron Housing Trust)

A two bedroom home has become available. This home would be suitable for a couple or young family, or perhaps a local person in unsuitable accommodation or seeking their first home.

The property will be advertised, by Saffron, on the South Norfolk HomeOptions System from Thursday, 20th June until the following Wednesday, 26th June.

Anyone already on the South Norfolk Housing Register will need to express their interest (‘bid’) through the South Norfolk ‘HomeOptions’ website:

This home has been built first and foremost for people who are in need of affordable housing who have a local connection to Dickleburgh. That ‘local connection’ includes currently living in the village; and/or working there; and/or having previously lived there and now wishing to return. 

The property is then next prioritised for households from the neighbouring parishes of Needham, Brockdish, Scole, Pulham St Mary, Pulham Market, Burston and Tivetshall.

Other interested residents who are not on the Housing Register should contact the Housing Advice Service here at South Norfolk Council to join the Housing Register (‘HomeOptions’) immediately.  They will need to provide proof of their residency or working qualification criteria as well as other verification details.  During the week that the properties are advertised on the HomeOptions system people will need to actively apply ‘(bid’) for them, and the Council’s Housing Officers will be able to provide details of how to do this.  For further information people should telephone for free on: 0808 168 2222.

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