All of our one and two-bedroom apartments are allocated based on the level of need and the availability of apartments. The first step is to complete an application formApplication form
The application form is available:
Once we receive your completed form, we will ascertain whether or not you meet the criteria and how we proceed with your application.
Once we’ve received your application, a home assessment (either in person or by video call) will be arranged at a time convenient for you. Our Tenancy Support Advisers will meet with you to assess your needs and see if Jewish Blind & Disabled would be able to provide you with the accommodation and support you are looking for.
Following this, the team carefully consider each application. Our Allocations Panel will discuss suitability and whether we are able to offer an apartment. All allocations are prioritised according to the greatest need, so you may be allocated an apartment immediately or you may be added to our waiting list. In some cases, you may be advised that you do not qualify for a Jewish Blind & Disabled apartment. Any offer of accommodation is based on what is the most suitable and available at that time.
The length of time between applying for an apartment and being assessed depends on all documentation being completed correctly. With your help in supplying the required information, we will do our utmost to undertake these steps as quickly as possible and keep you informed when a decision has been made.
To be considered for an apartment, you must be:
Please note we are unable to consider people with severe learning difficulties, dementia or alcohol or drug abuse problems.Application form