Selby District Council is a member of North Yorkshire Home Choice, North Yorkshire's way of allocating council and partner housing association properties for rent and shared ownership properties for sale.
We aim to give you more choice in deciding where you want to live and to choose a home which best suits your needs. Properties that are available for rent are advertised weekly. If you are eligible and qualify to join the register you can express an interest (bid) on properties you would like to be considered for.
North Yorkshire Homechoice is a partnership of 10 partner landlords which, including Selby District Council, consists of :- City of York Council, Craven District Council, Hambleton District Council, Ryedale District Council, Richmondshire District Council, Scarborough District Council, Yorkshire Coast Homes, Yorkshire Housing and Broadacres Housing Association.
Applicants are required to register online and must meet certain qualifying criteria :
People who are unable to access the website can call into the Access Selby Contact Centre where they will be assisted to gain access to North Yorkshire Home Choice.
Alternatively, you can download a form following the link below:
For further information about how to complete an application form follow the link below :
To view a copy of the allocations policy for the North Yorkshire Choice Based Lettings (CBL) Partnership follow the link below
To find out about your right to review a decision in relation to your North Yorkshire Home Choice application follow the link below:
Selby District Council's Housing Stock
We aim to provide applicants with as much information as possible in order that they can make informed decisions about where they would like to live. Last year, we processed more than 1200 housing applications and there are currently over 600 active applicants registered with Selby District Council on North Yorkshire HomeChoice. In the same period we housed 270 applicants. This means that we were only able to accommodate 20% of those who approached in our own properties. Most of these were in a high priority banding, with only 8% of customers being assisted into social housing for those who were deemed to be adequately housed in Bronze banding.
The average waiting time for those who were made an offer varied significantly dependent on the banding of their housing application. Those in gold band waited, on average, 294 days (9 ½ months); those in silver band 342 days; those in bronze band 436 days.
As you can see, we cannot help everyone but the more areas and property types you are willing to consider the more chance you will have of being re-housed with us. As a result, we have produced a table showing the location of all our properties across the district, along with the number and type of property within each area.