Almond Housing Association has a stock of 2514 properties, and anyone over 16 years old can apply for a house with us.
Almond Housing Association, Weslo Housing Management and West Lothian Council work together to operate the West Lothian Housing Register. This means that you only need to fill in one application form to be listed for all three housing providers.
How do I apply?
The Housing Application Form can be collected from the reception at our office, our partners’ offices or downloaded on our website. Alternatively, you can email or phone us to get one sent to you.
If you have a medical condition that means you have specific needs, a Property Needs Assessment Formshould be completed along with your Housing Application. These are available at the same places as the Housing Application Form.
Where can I submit my application?
Once you have completed the application you can submit it to any of Almond Housing Association, Weslo Housing Management, or West Lothian Council’s offices. Your application will be shared between the three landlords, and it does not matter where you get the form from or where you return it to.
What happens next?
Any property offered will be on the basis of the information you put down on the form. However this does not guarantee that you will be allocated a property, as we have far more demand than available homes for let.
Vacant properties are allocated using a Group Quota system and on a points basis to make sure that those in the most housing need are given priority. This means that your Housing Application Form will be assessed and you will be awarded points based on your circumstances and needs.
Almond Housing Association has a stock of over 2500 properties in Craigshill, Eliburn, Howden and Ladywell, with limited stock in the Whitburn and Bathgate areas. To find out what type of housing we can provide in the areas you may be interested in, see our Breakdown of Stock.
Rents range from £280.69 for a one bedroom property to £509.60 for a five bedroom new build property per calendar month. More on rents here.