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philiprymer53
philiprymer53 Community member Posts: 1 Listener
Hi I'm philip I live in Monmouth and we are trying to move  to a 2 bedroom bungalow in Monmouth because our granddaughter is coming. To live with us I have learning disabilities and sleep apnea and epilepsy I have other health issues as well I have ot helping us trying to move up the bidding I'm about 20 on  the houseing list for Monmouthshire houseing my granddaughter's is getting builled at her school we want her to move in with us for a new start and then we have to get her into Monmouth comprehensive so she can get a good start In school and she wants her own bedroom 

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  • woodbine
    woodbine Community member Posts: 10,414 Disability Gamechanger
    Wouldn't it be easier to get the bullying issues sorted out at the school she attends now as opposed to her moving schools?
    Seasons greetings to one and all 🎄🎅🏻🌲
  • Luchia
    Luchia Community member Posts: 217 Pioneering
    If you’re placing around 20th in bids you’re likely to have quite a wait to go yet, best thing you can do is keep bidding each session and eventually your turn will come up.
    When I was bidding(also on a 2 bedroom bungalow, although 2nd bedroom is for storage) I was told to have a chance of an offer you need to be in top 2-3.
    Thankfully it only took around 14 weeks to get an offer of a bungalow I liked as I was given Band B Medical Advanced(they said less than a handful had this banding at the time) 

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