Social Housing at Gouldens View, Norton

Northamptonshire Rural Housing Associationare building a new development at Gouldens View, Norton. The development includes

For Rent:

2 x 2 bed bungalows

2 x 2 bed houses for rent

1 x 3 bed house for rent

For Shared Ownership:

2 x 2 bed houses

1 x 3 bed house

Open Market Sales through the developers Snowdens:

Plots 7 & 10 will be for open market sale. These are dormer bungalows, plus 2 x self build plots.  More details to follow.

This development is built on what is known as an exception site. This meansthat local connection to the village is prioritised alongside housing need.

Interested applicants can register their interest with NRHAat

https://www.northamptonshirerha.org.uk/find-a-home/finding-a-home-to-rent/register-of-interest-form/

But to be considered for a property, all applicants for the rental units must be on the Housing Register withDaventry Homechoice. You can apply online at:

https://www.daventrydc.gov.uk/living/housing/homechoice-information/

Once available to let, properties are advertised online with Daventry HomeChoice. Registered applicants will have the opportunity to bid for a property. When the advertising week closes, Daventry Homechoice  will go through all applicants who made a bid and allocate according to housing need and local connection. If no one with required housing need and local connection has bid, then they would look at adjoining parish connections and then district connections. Daventry Homechoice then send through successful applicants to NRHA in priority order. NRHA carry out home interviews and confirm affordability and local connection of the applicant.

For more information you can contact Mark Boon or Claire Baggaley at NRHA – mark.boon@midlandsrural.org.uk

Claire.Baggaley@midlandsrural.org.uk

Thinking about becoming a Councillor? – Council Elections May 2021

Ever thought of becoming a Parish Councillor?

We are holding Elections!

Expressions of interest are welcomed from anyone who is over 18 years old.
As a Councillor representing your community you will help keep it a great place
to live and work. You will be supported in your role and will be expected to
undertake training. You should be comfortable working electronically. You
should have a positive outlook and a can-do attitude and be willing to work as
part of a team.


If you are interested in joining the Council, please contact Erica Fothergill by
March 31 st 2021 for more information. Email – clerk@nortonpc.org.uk or call – 01327 310864


Norton Parish Council currently meets at 7pm on the second Tuesday in the
month. If you care about your community and would like to help make a real
difference then why not?

Norton Parish Council – October Meeting 2020

An online meeting of the Norton Parish Council will be held on Tuesday 20th October 2020. Members of the public wishing to view or attend the meeting are able to do so by following the instructions outlined in the header of the attached Agenda.