The next step to your new home

Congratulations on finding your dream home - we are delighted that you've chosen to own a Sovereign Shared Ownership home.  

It is important that you read the guidance notes and terms and conditions before completing this form.  If you have any questions please speak with your Sales Consultant. Please also read the Government's privacy policy on how they handle data regarding Shared Ownership purchases.

Making your deposit payment

Payment can be made sending a cheque by post to your sales consultant.

Cheques should be payable to Sovereign Housing Association.

If you use telephone or internet banking you can ask your bank to send a payment of £250 using the following details:

Paying your reservation deposit by bank transfer

Bank Name Natwest

Account Name Sovereign Housing Association

Sort Code: 60-15-07

Account Number 65498461

Reference Your name, plot number and development (e.g. James Smith, Plot 99, Hanham Hall)

Once you've sent payment, please email your Sales Consultant to let them know payment has been made and we'll make sure we confirm receipt, and match your payment to the form below.

Please complete the reservation form, you'll then be taken to a declaration page. 

Required fields are marked with asterisk (*)

Contact details
Development details
Solicitor Details
Mortgage advisor details
Are you using a Help to Buy ISA as part of your funding? *
Have you been gifted your deposit? *
Terms section
As part of the reservation process you will have contacted one of our panel of financial advisors and completed a financial assessment. Should the details of this assessment change, you must notify us so we can reassess your affordability. As part of your assessment, Sovereign reserve the right to undertake a credit check but you will be notified if this is required.

Sovereign will only use the given personal data for the purpose of processing your application for housing and will hold your information in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. All information will be treated in the strictest confidence. It is a criminal offence to knowingly or recklessly make a false declaration or withhold information reasonably required in connection with your application.