You now there is now house bidding for people who want a new house or moving from there parents or something right..
Well i know 2 people well 1 is been on it for 3 years and the other is going on it in 8months once she has a baby.
The one who has beeen on it for 3 years has 2 dogsd 3 children 15 yr old 3 yr old and 2 yr old 15 and 3 yr old share a tiny room i guess you cn say and the 2 yr old shares with mum and dad they live in a tiny flat as me and my mum used to live next door so we know how small they are.
the one who is having her baby in 8 months thinks she will get one start away cause she is gonna be a single mum even though she is living at her mums she has a roof over her and the babys head and has a room for them both to be in so in my opinion she shouldnt get one start away
Defo when the one with 3 kids in tiny flat need one more way more
Tell me what you think is it just me who think that the one with 3 kids needs one more all opinions are welcome
yes, the one with 3 kids needs a house more.
I think the one who is pregnant is in for a pretty big shock though. We were homeless a month ago, with a 25 month old child who is disabled. By homeless I mean NOWHERE to go. The council refused point blank to rehouse us.
Thats unfair for you love how awful is that!
But thank youfor sayin the one with 3 does cause at the moment the one who is pregnant is living on the sofa cause she moved out to live with her boyfriend who now is her ex father of baby but when he ended she went back to her mums and found out she was pregnant
Its just annoying when people think they should have it more then someone who been bidding for 3 years and needs one more
Sorry for going on it just really annoys me
Its on a points system so the one with the greater need should get the house first but some people know how to play the system.
I have been a single homeless mother & went into bed & breakfast with my son & know how horrible that is & how some of the people there put themselves in that situation so they could go on to buy their council house. I was so happy when I gave my keys back to the council so they could help someone else was a bit sad though because the house was bigger & nicer than the one we have but its mine. ;-)
In theory the one with the 3 children in a flat should be housed first but councils are complicated things and don't always house the neediest people first, trust me i know!
Also, these two people have different needs, the one with 3 kids will need a 3 bedroom place and the one who is just having her first will only need a one bedroom. There are alot more one bedroom flats available than there are 3 bedroom houses so chances are she could be housed first as her needs are different.
the girl who lives with her mom has a roof over her head and unless her mum kicks her out i doubt she will get housed for a long time! the ones that are over crowded should get priority cause there cramped... but if there that desperate to move i wouldnt rely on the council id rent privatly council round her see it as parents dont need there own room the girls can share and so can the boys..
i don't know. I think they both need the house tbh. Its horrible having a new baby and staying in 1 room with your baby in your parents house. OH and I lived with my mum until Amelie was 5 months old. Whilst we obviously weren't confined to my bedroom, it was really cramped. We had to store the pram in my mums room and had our double bed, chest of drawers, tv, wardrobe, Amelies clothes, amelies crib, her swing was in my mums lounge etc etc. It wasn't great.
did the woman with 2 kids in a 2 bedroom flat plan to get pregnant again when she knew they had no space? Bit irresponsible that is it not?
If it was me, i would give it to the couple with 2 kids, cos tbh when i was at my parents with ava, its hard being at home on your own with a little baby, at your parents its just a few extra pairs of hands for a couple of moments a day x
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