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Providing your Rehousing documents is now easier...

At Manchester Move we are always looking for ways to make things easier for our customers. As such, we have just introduced an update to our website that will allow you to upload documents, such as proof of identification, directly onto your rehousing application.

This means there’s no need to go to a housing office to hand-in this information, or send documents through the post, you can easily send us your documents using your smartphone, tablet or computer.

 

 

If we need documents form you, you will see the new ‘Upload’ button when you log into Manchester Move. This new button will allow you to upload your documents and the system will then inform the Manchester Move partner who manages your application, so they can verify the documents for you.

Don't worry if you don't see the new upload button, this just means that your application is up-to-date and we don't need any more documents from you.

 

Posted 27.06.2019


Manchester City Council is considering changing its Allocations Scheme

Manchester City Council is considering changing the allocations scheme rules in order to give people in greatest need a better chance of getting a social home.

The council has a brief online questionnaire about the proposed changes and why they need to happen. If you would like to read about the proposed changes and give your views please click here.

 

Posted 13.06.2019


A change to Contour Homes...

Contour Homes has recently changed its name and will now be known as Onward. Onward will remain a part of the Manchester Move partnership and will still advertise homes through Manchester Move.

 

 

If you are registered for Rehousing and your application was managed by Contour Homes, you don’t have to do anything, your application will automatically change to be an Onward application.

You can find more information on Onward here.

Posted 14.02.2019

 


Shared Ownership opportunities in Charlestown

Manchester City Council has recently acquired a range of newly built 2 and 3 bedroom homes available for ‘Shared Ownership’. The new homes are being sold on behalf of Manchester City Council by Equity Living and are available now. You may qualify to purchase an initial share (the initial percentage share will depend on your circumstances) and take your first step on the ladder to home ownership.  

Sycamore Road, Charlestown.

 

These high quality homes, designed for modern family living, are located in the Charlestown area of North Manchester.

 

For further details on this shared ownership scheme, prices and eligibility, please contact:-

 

Email: Sales@equityliving.co.uk 

 

Telephone: 0161 486 7700

 

Web: http://www.rightmove.co.uk/

 

 


 

Top tips to prepare for Universal Credit 

 

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From Wednesday 29 November 2017, Universal Credit replaces some benefits for a lot of people in north Manchester. For more information and advice on the change, click here