Who is the CEO of Sanctuary housing?
Craig Moule (Jan 1, 2019–)Sanctuary Housing Association / CEO
Sanctuary’s Group Board comprises eight non-executive members, the Group Chief Executive, Craig Moule, and two co-opted members. The Group Board oversees all of the activities undertaken by the organisation: affordable housing, care, development and commercial services.
Can my housing association refuse my Right to Buy?
A Right to Buy may be denied for the following reasons: You do not have a secure tenancy. You have less than five years public sector tenancy. Your home is under a possession order.
How many sanctuary care homes are there in the UK?
Part of Sanctuary Group, which is an exempt charity, Sanctuary Care has over 100 homes across the UK and is a professional, financially strong organisation with a good reputation, passionate about the quality of services it provides.
Can I take over my mums housing association tenancy?
A housing association tenancy can only be inherited once, unless the tenancy agreement allows for more than one succession. Check with the landlord. Your right to inherit a housing association tenancy depends on the type of tenancy and your relationship with the person who died.
Can a landlord refuse DSS?
What if a landlord does not accept tenants on benefits? Letting agents cannot say it’s the landlord’s choice to refuse tenants on benefits. Agents must not take instructions to discriminate when renting out properties. If you’re dealing directly with the landlord, you cannot always challenge DSS discrimination.
How many dogs can you have in a housing association house?
Keeping animals If you live in a house, bungalow or ground-floor flat with access to your own garden you can keep one dog or cat, or one of each, without asking our permission, on the terms set out below. If you live in any other type of property, you must get our permission to keep a pet.