Freedom of information response

Types of properties

Publication date: 
Tuesday 23 May 2023

I would like to know the number and types of properties that are owned by Thurrock Council in East Tilbury and adjacent villages Also, the number and types, eg houses/flats etc and how many are available for young people already living in these areas.


There isn’t a set number.  Our social housing is available to over 18’s.  They are able to bid on any general needs property subject to meeting the eligibility, local connection, financial and priority need qualifications and bedroom need assessment.

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