My house is overcrowed i have letter from social service to comfirm can i get council house?
- sunshine_melLv 710 months ago
You can go on the council house list. It could be several years before you get offered a property.
Speak to your local council about getting on the list, and current wait times.
- Anonymous10 months ago
No, getting your babymama pregnant does not give you priority. Why should your government reward people for bad choices? Find a plan B.
- MaxiLv 710 months ago
Nothing stops you registering on the council house waiting list, however that certainly doesn't mean you will get anything and as you say your partneris now expecting a child...so over crowding hasn't stopped you breeding even if you can't/won't provide for yourself.......... NOTHING will happen until after the kid is born and even then the council are only responsible to provide accomodation for the kid ( along with mother) which could mean a B&B/hostel IF they are homeless ( and they are not) they are not responsible to provide a ' cheap/free family home', that is YOUR responsiblity, so instead of whining on here, off you go and find a job/another job and provide for your own family...and why has social services been involved in any of this
- Anonymous10 months ago
Amazing the number of people who expect society to support them.
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- geraldLv 710 months ago
none left they were sold in the 1980s you can rent there's loads of British landlords would be happy to fleece you , you could go homeless or get ten hours work and universal credit and be employed and disappear from the poor ranks you could run up debts and go bankrupt Trump does it all the while yes you must learn to be a westerner be a banker that's good every way you win Mohammed IN THE WEST
- 10 months ago
I live in a small room in a shared house my partner is now pregnant the social came to visit and gave a letter sayin it is not suitabe for a couple and a baby to live in i wanted to know will we be priority for council house.
- JLv 710 months ago
Ask at Citizens Advice,
- SimplytheFACTSLv 710 months ago
you can stop being a deadbeat and find roommates and support yourself. what do you think is 'over crowded'
self supporting people often have 3-4 people per bedroom, 6 people per bathroom...maybe more.
so you chose to be irresponsible and get your partner prego when you can't afford a kid....that is the definition of a deadbeat.
find adoptive parents or find another couple in a similar situation, live together and support yourselves
3 people can certainly share a room....
so its racist to expect people to be mature and responsible????????