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thanks will do, iam settled here and dont want to move, i have spent all my money on getting the house how i want it so i could concentrate on alex. just another barrier but if theres a way around it i will find it! even if i have to look at it again in twelve months time?
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hi all i read its a fact that people with children or disabled people are the worst housed in the country, this makes me cross because i also have problems with trying to be re-housed i live in a two bed flat with my son's one of which has special needs, who in the past has had problems with his sleep pattern and was sleeping in with his brother which woke him 3-4 times during the night so when my oldest started school i moved my little boy in with me and thats where he's remained since he's now 4 yrs old, when contacting the council was told my son wasn't a priorty but after getting people involved ie the ot things have changed slightly we are able to move so me boy can have a bedroom of his own, but there are restricting typical hey we need a house with disability access and a shower room downstairs very few around where i live, so you look elsewhere but then your not able to apply as you don't have a local connection to the area and they won't adapt the council housing for some reason it seems to me they are only building housing for every day people and not thinking about others that need adaptions. any help would be nice.
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had the tape measure out! measured in meters? then got it converted to square meters? looked back at your guide above and thats in square feet!! pants at maths but think the rooms are too big??
kitchen 20.16
front room 16.56
bedroom 13.20
bedroom 13.20
boxroom 6.38 all in square meters

all in square meters iam sure all this is just to put you off!
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Ill do the maths in the morning for sure and let you know for sure.
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(04-15-2010, 08:06 PM)lexie lamb Wrote: had the tape measure out! measured in meters? then got it converted to square meters? looked back at your guide above and thats in square feet!! pants at maths but think the rooms are too big??
kitchen 20.16
front room 16.56
bedroom 13.20
bedroom 13.20
boxroom 6.38 all in square meters

all in square meters iam sure all this is just to put you off!

the metres sq are in the brackets but i no good at measurements Big Grin but i can see that the box room at under 6.5sq metres is not fit for more than 1/2 a person (child under 10) so neither of your daughters are young enough for that to be acceptable and as your son's specialist cot wont fit in there they cant share the other bedroom, so that could be part of your argument
corinne Big Grin
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