Moving into your SFA
Once you have been notified of your Service Family Accommodation (SFA) allocation, you will need to make the necessary arrangements for moving into your SFA. You can find a useful guide on how to make this as stress-free as possible in the Moving in step-by-step guide on the CarillionAmey website.
On arrival at your new SFA, you should expect to find your accommodation to be of a certain standard of repair and cleanliness. CarillionAmey, hold the contract to maintain and repair SFAs in the UK. They will endeavour to bring your new home up to the Move-in standard before you move in. Details on move in standards including a checklist can be found in the Move in standards section on the CarillionAmey website.
As the occupant it is your responsibility to register your dissatisfaction with the condition of your new SFA with CarillionAmey’s Accommodation Officer on Move-in day or within a 14-day period immediately following your Move-in date.
The Occupancy Form is the legal document that the Licensee, or their Proxy, signs to say they are happy that the property meets Move-in standards. It is suggested that you insist that the Accommodation Officer annotates that Form with your significant concerns, if any, about the Move-in Standard. Once you have moved in, you will have the opportunity, 14 days, to detail your other observations about the property.
The Local Area
The local RAF HIVE is an excellent source of information about the area that you are moving to and they will be able to provide you with a copy of the Station handbook. You can find out where your nearest HIVE is by taking a look at the directory on the RAF Community website.
The New Unit
You can also find out more about the unit you are moving to on the RAF Website.