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Thursday, 15 June 2017

CarillionAmey - Walk Away Scheme


We want to make the moving experience as simple and stress-free as possible for everyone living in Service family accommodation. Our Walkaway Scheme is designed to allow you to simply walk away from your Service family accommodation, with the reassurance that it meets move-out standards.

Click HERE for all the information

National Insurance Credits for partners of Armed Forces personnel overseas after 6 april1975

Have you lived overseas supporting your Service Spouse/Civil Partner?
National Insurance credits for partners of Armed Forces personnel overseas after 6 April 1975 are available for you to claim.
Did you know that spouses and civil partners of Armed Forces personnel posted overseas can fill gaps in their National Insurance record?
Don't miss out on qualifying for a full state pension because you have spent years living overseas supporting your Serving Person.

Friday, 2 June 2017

CarillionAmey - Requesting Furniture Information

You can choose whether you want furnished, part furnished, or unfurnished SFA, this also applies to those families who are allocated Substitute Service Family Accommodation (SSFA). Your accommodation charge will be adjusted accordingly.

If you do need furniture, you should make this clear when you are completing the MOD Form e1132 at the initial stage of opting for your preferred choice of accommodation. There is a separate section within the e1132 where you can specify what furniture and items you require. These will be supplied to your SFA ready for your Move in appointment.

 http://housing.carillionamey.co.uk/moving-in/furniture/

Big White Wall

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Move In/Move Out Standard Tick Sheet



Move In/Move Out Ticksheets

These booklets detail the Move In and Move Out standards required of your SFA ensuring that you know exactly what is required from you to get your property to the agreed standard. 
Click HERE for more information