Who can be disqualified from the register
There are also other reasons why you may be unable to join the housing register. We may disqualify someone for the following reasons
- If you or anyone in the household earns above the threshold limit (£30,000 or more per year for single/couple households and £50,000 or more per year for family households)
- If you currently own a property in the UK or abroad or have owned a property within the last five years and chose to leave or dispose of it
- If you previously held a social housing tenancy but gave it up, without good reason, within the last five years
- If you have any housing related debt from a current or previous landlord (this could be the council, housing association or a private rented landlord)
- If you or anyone in the household has engaged in anti-social behaviour
- If you or anyone in your household has engaged in threats of violence, actual violence, racial abuse, domestic abuse or hate crime
- If you are found to have given false information or withheld information in relation to your housing register application. This may also lead to prosecution.
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