Transferring to Another Unit
You must complete a transfer form to apply for a transfer. You can print out a copy by clicking here.
Under-housed / Over-housed
Whether a Tenant is under-housed (overcrowded), when joined by additional family members (provided they are not foster children) or over-housed (too much space) based on the current family composition.
The occupancy standards clearly outline that there should be no more than two (2) persons to a bedroom - no consideration will be made regarding the age of the children sharing a bedroom, other than children of the opposite sex should not be required to share a bedroom.
A request for alternate accommodations because of health/medical concerns must have medical documentation indicating the nature of the problem, the degree of its severity and how it has been aggravated by the present accommodation.
Medical documentation must outline these details, giving clear evidence that the Tenant's condition has been adversely affected by the present accommodations.
Work related transportation difficulties must be present and only if the Tenant has demonstrated job stability; having the same employer six (6) months and that the job related transportation is either considered excessive or unavailable when required.
All requests must have supporting documentation indicating the necessity for transferring to a specific location and that alternative means of transportation have been investigated.
Social concerns are not considered grounds for a transfer, except in severe or unusual cases.
Who is Eligible For a Transfer?
The tenant has been living in the present accommodation for twelve (12) consecutive months.
Rent has been up to date for six (6) consecutive months, clear of any rental arrears and/or maintenance arrears.