People interested in a housing association property can register on www.homechoicelincs.org.uk or contact any of the housing associations.
Housing associations are independent organisations set up to provide affordable accommodation for people who cannot afford to access market housing. Homes are offered for rent and low cost home ownership
Housing associations are non profit making landlords providing social housing that is built and maintained to a good standard. They are not part of the council but work in partnership with them.There are a number of housing associations within the area and they have different properties in different locations.
Abbeyfield - http://www.abbeyfield.com/
ACIS - http://www.acisgroup.co.uk/
Anchor Housing Association - http://www.anchor.org.uk/
Carr Gomm - http://www.carrgomm.org/
Dimensions UK - http://www.dimensions-uk.org/
Grantham Almshouses - http://www.housingnet.co.uk/
Haig Homes - http://www.haighomes.org.uk/
Hanover Housing Association - http://www.hanover.org.uk/
Housing 21 - http://www.housing21.co.uk/
Longhurst & Havelok Homes - http://www.landh.org.uk/
Guinness Northern Counties Housing Association - http://www.ncha.co.uk/
Places for People - http://www.placesforpeople.co.uk/
Riverside - http://www.riverside.org.uk/
Sanctuary Housing - http://www.sanctuary-group.co.uk/
Shoreline Housing Partnership - http://www.shorelinehp.com/
People interested in a housing association property can register on http://www.homechoicelincs.org.uk/ or contact any of the housing associations.