FUNDRAISE

Our shared houses provide lower level support within shared accommodation as a stepping stone towards an independent tenancy. The move-on houses are part of our supported accommodation pathway.

You could be eligible if:

  • You are aged 17 to 24
  • You are in housing need
  • You require some support
  • You go to education, training or employment

What are move on houses?

The Y has several move on houses across Leicester City with 5 bedrooms with shared bathrooms, lounges, kitchens and gardens. The rent includes utilities, TV licences and council tax making it a simple process to budget and prioritise. There will be up to 5 people living in each house with en-suite bedrooms, shared bathrooms, lounges and courtyard gardens.

Support

Support is available Monday to Saturday with an on call team for emergencies. Our experienced housing officers will provide tailored 1 to 1 support to address things such as rent arrears, housing applications and bidding, moving on to independent tenancies and sustaining those with support based on your individual needs. This will include developing independent living skills and helping you to retain your education, training or work placement in order to give you every chance at succeeding.

How to apply

If you have already been through housing options and they are unable to help, please get in touch with the team by filling in the form or emailing MoveOn@leicesterymca.co.uk. They’ll contact you to assess your eligibility and next steps.
If not, it is very likely you will need to try this route first. You can contact housing options here:
Housing Options Centre
Leicester City Council
York House
91 Granby Steet
Leicester
LE1 6FB
Tel: 0116 454 1008

Y240518-47

Frequently Asked Questions

The housing officers would support you getting back into employment, educational opportunities and benefit claims where necessary to get you back on track.

Our housing officers would work with you to customise a support plan with realistic goals and timescales including payment plans that you can achieve.

Housing officers will work with you on your customised support plan to identify your needs and a timescale to give you the best chance of success. On average, residents stay 4 to 8 months. This is most certainly not a deadline though.

Young people aged 17 to 24 meeting the other criteria would be eligible. We try to cluster people of a similar age together in a house. These age restrictions also apply to visitors to our houses for safeguarding reasons.

Every young person deserves
a safe place to call home.