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What is Flagship Housing now called?

What is Flagship Housing now called?

Flagship Homes, which managed c. 22,000 homes across the East, will now provide c. 10,000 homes to social housing tenants across seven local authorities in Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex under its new name of Newtide Homes.

Can I buy my Newtide home?

Buying your Newtide Home You may be able to buy your home from us at a discount using the Right to Buy (‘Preserved Right to Buy’) scheme. If your home used to be owned by your local authority and was sold to us whilst you were living there, you may be eligible for Right to Buy.

What does flagship group do?

We provide homes for sale & private rent – not just places to live, but places to love. We reinvest any profit we make into providing more affordable homes – we call it profit for purpose. We help thousands of families stay warm in their homes.

Is Flagship a charity?

Hopestead is Flagship Group’s charity. Hopestead is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (or CIO) established in England. It was registered with the Charity Commission (charity number: 1190324) on 9 July 2020.

Who owns the flagship group?

Peter Hawes
Peter Hawes, chairman of Flagship Group, said: ‘Collectively, we have enhanced financial strength, greater effectiveness and efficiency, the ability to invest more in our existing homes, and support our customers.

What is the new Right to Buy scheme?

The Right to Buy scheme helps eligible council and housing association tenants in England to buy their home with a discount of up to £87,200 (£116,200 inside London). Find out if you could be eligible, what discount you might get and whether you can afford to buy – and how to take the next steps if you decide to apply.

Do tenants have the Right to Buy?

More recently, the right to buy of tenants subject to an anti-social behaviour order has been limited through the establishment of a ‘demoted tenancy’. Secure tenants will acquire the right to buy their property after five years but the right to buy with a discount is not without limitations.

Who qualifies for right to buy?

You must be a secure tenant in the property you wish to buy. You must have spent at least three years as a public sector tenant. The property must be your only or main home. You must not have breached your suspended possession order.

What is the opposite of flagship?

ˈflægˌʃɪp) The chief one of a related group. Antonyms. fire inessential. thing.

Do you need a deposit for right to buy?

One of the big advantages of Right to Buy is that you don’t have to save for a deposit because you can use your Right to Buy discount instead. Most lenders will accept a Right to Buy discount as a deposit – but not all of them will.

Can my son use my right to buy?

Can my children buy my home for me? Family members may be eligible to join in the Right to Buy with you. However, if they are not named on the tenancy agreement, they will need to have lived in the property for the past 12 months. There is nothing in law that specifies how a Right to Buy purchase should be financed.