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Enfield Council have developed a draft Intermediate Housing Policy that sets out proposals for the eligibility criteria for Intermediate Housing in Enfield, and the mechanism for prioritising applicants for Intermediate Housing.

"Intermediate Housing" refers to homes for sale and rental homes provided at a cost above social rent, but below market levels. These can include shared equity (shared ownership and equity loans), other low cost homes for sale and intermediate rent, but not affordable rented housing.

Have your say on the draft Policy on Enfield Council's website. Closing date 22nd November 2017.

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David Eden posted a reply #3259 19 Oct 2017 09:33
This is the housing delivery London needs - bring it on!!

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