I copied the wording from the link above and pasted it below- just curious, do you know what changes were made or the wording that was previously in place?
Your child’s address
The address you give on the application form must be your child’s permanent address on the closing date for applications and this must be the address where the family normally lives. Parents are not permitted to use a temporary address to secure a school place for the child. A business address, a childminder’s address, or any address including a family member’s address other than the child’s permanent home will not be accepted. Proof of address will be sought if there is any doubt about the validity of the address given and may be the subject of further investigation.
If a family move into a property temporarily to increase the chances of gaining a school place, the council will use the permanent residence for the purpose of the application. If the family own a property but are living at and apply from a different address, the council will assume that the second address is temporary and that the property they own is where the child ordinarily lives. Where the owned property is being renovated, this will still be considered the family’s permanent address. Evidence will otherwise be required that the property has been disposed of. If a family own more than one property, the council will request further evidence to demonstrate where they normally live to determine the address we will use for the child’s application.
The address will be checked against information already held by the council and you will be asked to provide satisfactory proof if a discrepancy is found. Where proof of address is requested it must be provided. If satisfactory proof is received after 13 February 2015 your application will be processed after the initial offer of places has been made on 16 April 2015.