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20-Jan-2016 00:44

Tasteful furnishings, neutral colours and quality accessories combine to create a sophisticated yet relaxed atmosphere, accentuated by the soothing murmur of the sea.

Steps behind the cottage lead up to a small, sunny terrace which has panoramic views of the harbour and village.

If they all need to share one room then maybe you could but up a dividing curtain so the boys have a "separate" area and she gets some privacy? Doesn't mean you'll get it, of course, it just puts you higher up the list.

Hope all goes well and you all enjoy your new life together!!

If you have another girl, she could share with your 10 year old, and if you have a boy he could share with your 17 year old...

the law is when the oldest is 10,i have a boy who is 15 next month and daughter of 4 and ive been on list for bigger house since she was born as my son was 10 when she was born and now 4 years later im still in the same room as my 4 year old and when I phone to see if they have anything there words are we will phone you when we have but as the law says its illegal so I think they are wrong and they are taking bedroom tax off people for extra rooms but what about people that need a extra room they should pay them for what they haven't got Possibly...

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As far as I know once a child is 16 they are classed as an adult (in the eyes of councils) and are entitled to their own room...whatever borough you are in. In our borough children can share a room until age 10 if they are opposite sex..age 16 if they are the same sex.

Apparently it depends on how big your property is too as the living room and kitchen are both classed as bedrooms if they are big enough, crazy or what?? thanks for the replys just wanted to say that the wee girl is not mines i have son thats 5 and my bf has girl 6 and wee boy 4 we want to share house together we think that at her age she should have her own space away from the boys and it would housing we get house from My son and daughter were happy to share until they were nine and eleven (girl is the younger).

If you're after council housing then with two boys and a single girl you'd probably be on the list for a 3 bed.

Bearing in mind there is a large age gap between your 17 year old and the baby (if its a boy) then as he is almost an adult it would be unreasonable to expect him to share with a screaming baby sibling!

If the properties aren't available in your area then you would be expected to share with the baby..to buy a sofa bed and use the living room for yourself to sleep, giving the bedroom up for the baby.

As far as I know once a child is 16 they are classed as an adult (in the eyes of councils) and are entitled to their own room...whatever borough you are in. In our borough children can share a room until age 10 if they are opposite sex..age 16 if they are the same sex.

Apparently it depends on how big your property is too as the living room and kitchen are both classed as bedrooms if they are big enough, crazy or what?? thanks for the replys just wanted to say that the wee girl is not mines i have son thats 5 and my bf has girl 6 and wee boy 4 we want to share house together we think that at her age she should have her own space away from the boys and it would housing we get house from My son and daughter were happy to share until they were nine and eleven (girl is the younger).

If you're after council housing then with two boys and a single girl you'd probably be on the list for a 3 bed.

Bearing in mind there is a large age gap between your 17 year old and the baby (if its a boy) then as he is almost an adult it would be unreasonable to expect him to share with a screaming baby sibling!

If the properties aren't available in your area then you would be expected to share with the baby..to buy a sofa bed and use the living room for yourself to sleep, giving the bedroom up for the baby.

However in Westminster borough same sex children are entitled to their own room once they are 13 years old.