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Council flat... holiday rules?

 
 
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      07-01-2010, 02:21 AM
Actually my query is not regarding a "council flat" but a "housing
trust" flat.

How long do housing trusts allow you to go abroad for? Anyone have
experience with this? Is there a limit? If anyone knows the rules
specifically for Notting Hill Housing (London), that would be great,
but any general idea would be nice.

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      07-01-2010, 06:04 AM
On 1 July, 03:21, bornfree <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> Actually my query is not regarding a "council flat" but a "housing
> trust" flat.
>
> How long do housing trusts allow you to go abroad for? Anyone have
> experience with this? Is there a limit? If anyone knows the rules
> specifically for Notting Hill Housing (London), that would be great,
> but any general idea would be nice.
>
> Thanks


It can vary even within the same borough. Of the dozen or so housing
associations I know in my borough, 4 have very different ideas about
away time.
One does allow an old couple I know to winter in Florida (stay with
family) for 4 months, though I daresay they still have to pay rent.


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