Is Acis a housing association?
Acis | a provider of affordable housing | Acis Group.
How do I apply for ACIS?
To apply for a home in your area, you need to register with the scheme run by your local authority’s – or the local authority which covers the area you’re thinking of moving to – and they will assess your eligibility. You’ll need to be able to tell them: How many people there are in your household.
Is Gainsborough in the Midlands?
Gainsborough is located in the county of Lincolnshire, East Midlands, nine miles north-east of the town of Retford, 14 miles south of the major town of Scunthorpe, and 133 miles north of London.
Does Gainsborough flood?
The low lying character of most of the town and the encroachment of buildings right up to the water’s edge, makes Gainsborough particularly vulnerable to flooding when spring tides coincide with high river levels.
How many train stations are in Gainsborough?
two railway stations
Gainsborough Central railway station is one of two railway stations in the town of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, England….Gainsborough Central railway station.
Does East Stockwith flood?
Map of East Stockwith (Gainsborough, Lincolnshire) postcodes and their flood risks. In the case of East Stockwith, all postcodes are medium flood risk.
Does Gainsborough have a train station?
Gainsborough Central railway station is one of two railway stations in the town of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, England. The station is on the Brigg branch of the Sheffield–Lincoln line. Services are currently operated by Northern Trains.
Is there a train station at Brigg?
Brigg railway station serves the town of Brigg in North Lincolnshire, England. It is managed by Northern Trains, who also operate all passenger trains serving it. The station is unstaffed and the only buildings are the bus shelters standing on the platforms now for cover.
Does West Stockwith flood?
Map of West Stockwith (Doncaster, Nottinghamshire) postcodes and their flood risks. In the case of West Stockwith, all postcodes are medium flood risk.
How are homes to rent with Acis group?
We provide affordable housing from small flats to large family homes, and even a number of sheltered accommodation schemes. All our homes are classed as ‘affordable’ to help support people on low incomes. The law keeps any rent increases to a minimum to help people who may struggle with housing costs.
Where are Acis homes located in the UK?
We provide more than 7,000 quality, affordable homes to people across Lincolnshire, South Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, including providing over a thousand students with accommodation in the thriving university cities of Nottingham and Sheffield. We believe that everyone deserves to have the security of a decent home.
Who is the chairman of the ACIS group?
Bruce chairs Acis’ Operations Committee and is a member of the Audit and Risk Committee. Now semi-retired Bruce remains committed to social housing and retains his membership of the Chartered Institute of Housing as a Fellow.
How does Acis group work with local developers?
We work with local developers to build quality, affordable homes in the heart of communities. We aim to develop in areas we currently have a footprint so new customers can easily benefit from our existing services.