Right To Buy
The Right to Buy scheme was introduced in 1980 and is designed to help council tenants in England buy their home at a discount. The council supports home ownership. We sold 223 homes under Right to Buy between 2013 and 31 March 2020. This is at an average of 32 homes sold per year.
Since April 2012, major changes have been made to Right to Buy. Maximum discounts were increased from as little as £16,000 in some areas to a maximum that now stands at £84,200 across England (£112,300 in London).
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Deciding to buy your home is likely to be the biggest financial commitment you will ever make. Therefore, it is important that you take the time to find out everything that is involved before making that decision.
All the information you need, advisory booklets and an application form are available on the Right to Buy section of the government's website. You can browse this website and download detailed information about buying your home.
Ashford Borough Council also require an additional form to be completed and submitted along with the RTB1 form. Download RTB additional info form [pdf] 154KB