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Clergy Housing

by Michael Ford last modified 18 May, 2018 10:26 AM

The Department is responsible, through the Archdeaconry Property Committees of the Board of Finance, for 270 houses for parish clergy, including assistant curates, and for the Suffragan Bishops.

All functions are carried out in-house including management, buying, selling, letting and building. Because of longer term uncertainty over the pattern of pastoral care, a number of houses are temporarily let in case they are needed again in future. Some of these lettings are managed in house, but those a long way from Salisbury are handled by agents.

The provision and care of clergy houses is the primary statutory responsibility of the Property Department. The team is also responsible for the management and maintenance of the Grade I Listed buildings comprising the offices at Church House and the management of the four flats, together with the Diocesan Education Centre.

Key documents:

(Updated Listing = Latest updates)


Visit the Church Commissioners page for:

  • Parsonages and Glebe Diocesan Manual
  • Parsonages: A Design Guide

Contact Shawn Donneky or Simon Ferris: 

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