Applying for Housing 

New Rental - Available August 1, 2014

124 Sherwood Drive, Brantford:

Brand new construction to be completed Summer 2014.  A four unit affordable housing rental building comprised of two - 2 bedroom units and two - 1 bedroom units. 

  • 1 bedroom unit - $602 per month plus heat and hydro
  • 2 bedroom unit - $668 per month plus heat and hydro

All units are townhouse style with the bedroom(s) located on the second floor:

  • Energy efficient fridge and stove included
  • High efficiency furnace in each unit
  • Tenant controlled utilities
  • On-site parking
  • No elevator  
  • Smoke free and pet free units 
  • Near grocery store, bus route, schools, daycares and laundromat

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Applicants must complete an application
  • Credit check completed
  • Household income limits apply per City By-law 178-2006
  • Current and prior landlord references required
124 Sherwood Drive Affordable Housing

For more information contact City of Brantford, Housing Services Department, at 519-759-3330, Ext. 6250.


To Apply for all Other Units:

You may apply on-line (Brant Access to Housing - BATH), download the Rent-Geared-to Income application form PDF, or a Market Rent application form PDF, and drop it off at our office, or call our office @ 519-759-3330, ext. 6250 for a form.

The Brant(ford) Access to Housing (BATH) is a quick and easy way for people seeking affordable housing in City of Brantford and the County of Brant to apply to a large number of housing providers at the same time. Applicants complete a single application and can choose the locations and providers, which include over 13 housing providers and over 2,000 housing units, where they would like to be housed.

Click to view the BATH Applicant Information Guide PDF

By completing one application form, applicants can apply for several housing options:

Once your application is submitted, it will be reviewed and added to the waiting list. You will be contacted when you have reached the top of the waiting list. Once your application is submitted, it will be reviewed and added to the waiting list. You will be contacted when you have reached the top of the waiting list.

Special Priority status (victims of violence fleeing abuse), or Homeless status may be given higher priority. Supporting documentation is always required.

If there is a change in any of the information that has been provided, applicants are required to notify us within 10 business days of the change occurring.

Your application will be returned if your forms are not completely filled out or if any necessary documents are missing. You will not be placed on the waiting list until your application is complete.

For more information contact:

Donna Stuart

Applicant Services Coordinator

519-759-3330, Ext. 6250