Join the housing register
If you are interested in applying for affordable housing you must join the Property Pool Plus Housing Register.
Housing Associations are required to make at least half of their empty properties available to the council to offer to suitable applicants from the Propertypool Plus Register.
When a property is available the Housing Associations will advertise the property on the Property Pool Plus website and if you are on the register you will be able to consider the properties that are available and make a bid. What you are allowed to bid for is made in accordance with the Sub Regional Allocation Policy.
How to join
Go to the Property Pool Plus website and complete the online application form.
If you have health issues that are directly affected by your current housing you may also need to complete a Health and Welfare form to support your application which will be sent to you by the landlord who will manage your application.
About Property Pool Plus
Property Pool Plus is a choice based lettings service that is used in Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton, Wirral and Halton. It is designed to offer increased choice and allows applicants who are looking for affordable housing to see what vacant properties are available, and express an interest in selecting a suitable new home.
Once you have joined and been accepted you can log on to Property Pool Plus and choose which property you are interested in, based on your housing needs and priority.
Which housing associations are on Property Pool Plus?
You will find an up to date list of participating landlords on the Property Pool Plus in the Partner landlords section.
If you want to register with housing associations which are not on Property Pool Plus, you can apply directly with each landlord.
Some housing associations also maintain their own housing registers in addition to Property Pool Plus. These include Cobalt Housing, Liverpool Housing Trust, South Liverpool Housing and Pierhead Housing Association. You can make direct or dual applications to these landlords.