P253 CEEFAX 253 Fri 6 Oct 19:20/01  1/3  OCTOBER 7 BBC2 0925     RENTING A HOME Private rented accommodation can be either furnished or unfurnIshed. Both types are normally difficult to find. Seek legal advice before paying any deposits or signing any agreements. Local authorities provide rented accommodation but waiting lists are often long. Priority is given to those in greatest needN Your local authority will be able to advise you further. More Consumer Leisure Meat Headlines
P253 CEEFAX 253 Fri 6 Oct 19:10/11  2/5  OCTOBER 7 BBC2 0925     LOCAL AUTHORITY RENTING Local authorities (housing executives in Northern Ireland) can advise on renting, even if they cannot currently supply accommodation. you should enter your name as soon as possibleN Priority is given to those in greatest need M defined according to the authorities' own criteria. More Consvmfr Leisure Meat Headlines
P253 CEEFAX 253 Fri 6 Oct 19:11/01  4/5  OCTOBER 7 BBC2 0925     SHELTERED HOUSING Sheltered housing is run by councils, housing associations, or through private organisations. It usually consists of private flats with shared facilities like common rooms. Each flat normally has a bell in the room to summon help from the resident warden in an emergency. Flats are usually only available to pensioners or disabled people, but some are for single people and young couples. More Consumer Leisure Meat Headlines
P253 CEEFAX 253 Fri 6 Oct 19:23/05  2/5  OCTOBER 7 BBC2 0925     LOCAL AUTHORITY RENTING Local authorities (housing executives in Northern Ireland) can advise on renting, even if they cannot currently supply accommodation. kaiting lists are generally long, so you should enter your name as soon as possible. Priority is given to those in greatest need M defined according to the authorities' own criteriaN More Consumer Leisure Meat Headlines
P253 CEEFAX 253 Fri 6 Oct 19:01/04  3/5  OCTOBER 7 BBC2 0925     HOUSING ASSOCIADHONS Housing Associations are funded by local authorities or the Housing Corporation. They rent out homes or flats at designated "fair rents" but often restrict these to people living in the area, or people on the council housing list. Some associations will buy your property, convert it into flats, and rent one back to you. Enquire at your local council offices. More Consumer Leisure Meat Headlines
P253 CEEFAX 253 Fri 6 Oct 19:20/06  5/5  OCTOBER 7 BBC2 0925     This information is from a new study pack "Living Choices"N It comes from The Department of Community Education at the O0fn University in association with Good Housekeeping and Mercantile Credit. The book "Living Choices" (BBC Publications) is available separately from good bookshops M £7.95. For further information write to: CE74, LMSO, PO Box 188, The O0fn University, Milton Keynes, Bucks MK7 6DH. More Consumer Leisure Meat Headlines