Was looking at the exchange book today and it seems everyone needs what i need.
Seems like we will be waiting a very long time unless we private let, but you go down on council list if you do that apparantly so were stuck We are council and VERY overcrowded.
No, it’s Groban’s skills, or lack of skills, as an actor that preoccupy me.
adapts only a sliver, know that Pierre and Natasha do end up married, but the musical ends with them in limbo and Pierre gazing at a celestial object that both terrifies and awes him, showing him that the world he has thus far known is not all there is.
If only Groban could have sung that song to Rebecca Bunch as well.
We have a 2bed flat and have 4 kids we are placed in bands are we are in the highest band (apart from the homeless band) but we have been bidding in the highest band for 3.5yrs now.
I think we are finally coming close to getting somewhere but it's anyone's guess.
I’m not talking about Groban’s famously mellifluous baritone, which has enchanted listeners since he graced Ally Mc Beal with a serenade in 2001.
It’s a gorgeous voice, especially if you don’t care much for taste or restraint.
I suppose thats one way to reduce the risk of more children and further overcrowding!
Also, living areas can be used for sleeping in as well, depending on the situation, so you may get told to get a sofa bed.
if this baby is a boy, we will be moved up the housing needs register & be entitled to a 4 bedroom as I already have 2 boys sharing 1 room.
Went to the council today asked the rules and they couldnt really give me any its just a case of moving up the list of thousands so what s really anybodys chance, will just need tokeep buying those lottery tickets [QUOTE=Hayley R(148);5511870]I'm expecting my 4th, so asked my housing about the rules ...
Kids of the same sex can share until the eldest is 16 ...