We want to make the process of finding a Victory Housing Trust home as easy, fair and transparent as possible - and give our residents a greater say in where they live. To do this we do not hold our own waiting list, instead our homes are allocated to customers who have registered on the local council’s housing register in the areas where our homes are.
Therefore, whether you want to be considered for a Victory home for the first time or are already a resident of Victory but would like to transfer, you will need to register with the local council that covers the area where you would like to live.
Victory Housing Trust predominantly operates in the district of North Norfolk, but we also have properties with Broadland, Kings Lynn & West Norfolk, and Great Yarmouth.
To live within the district of North Norfolk
You will need to apply through the 'Your Choice Your Home' choice based lettings scheme, which is provided by North Norfolk District Council. To check if you can join the scheme you need to call 01263 516375, go to www.yourchoiceyourhome.org.uk or visit North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN.
To live within the district of Broadland
You will need to apply through the ‘Home Options' choice based lettings scheme, which is provided by Broadland District Council. To check if you can join the scheme you need to call 01603 430501/43064, go to www.homeoptions.org.ukor visit Broadland District Council, 1 Yarmouth Road, Thorpe St Andrew, Norwich, Norfolk, NR7 0DU.
To live within the borough of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk
You will need to apply through the ‘Home Choice' choice based lettings scheme, which is provided by the Borough of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk. To check if you can join the scheme you need to call 01553 616678, go to www.west-norfolk.gov.uk or visit the Borough of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, Kings Court, Chapel Street, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1EX.
To live within the district of Great Yarmouth
You will need to contact Great Yarmouth Community Housing. To check if you can join the scheme you need to call one of the numbers advertised on their website www.great-yarmouth.gov.uk/housing/council-housing/housing-applications/index.htm or visit Great Yarmouth Borough Council, Town Hall, Hall Plain, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 2QF.
If you would like us to help and support you in making an application for a home then please contact a member of our Customer Services Team on 0845 300 6648.
If you are over or approaching 60 years of age, you may consider moving to a sheltered housing scheme. These are homes with additional support to give you piece of mind while helping you maintain independence in your home. Click here to find out more about sheltered housing in a neighbourhood near you.
Additional options for existing tenants wanting to move
If you are an existing social housing tenant you may also want to apply for a mutual exchange or register with a national homeswap scheme. Look in the Moving Home section of the website for more information regarding mutual exchange schemes.