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Private sector housing renewal strategies a good practice guide. by Great Britain. Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions.

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Published by Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions in London .
Written in English


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SeriesGood practice guide
The Physical Object
Pagination69p.
Number of Pages69
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Open LibraryOL17522574M
ISBN 10185112053X
OCLC/WorldCa314650852

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WCC Private Sector Housing Renewal Strategy 4. 2. Background. Local authorities have always had a role in improving the condition of private housing stock. Since central government has encouraged, and sometimes required, local authorities to give grants for repairs and improvement. The details of these grants were. Private Sector Housing Strategy 2 process to achiev property owners I am pleased to introduce our Private Sector Housing Strategy – Throughout this strategy, we the private housing sector, on both a national and local scale, as well as the needs of the service. Through our housing stock. The Private Sector Housing Renewal Policy details how the Local Housing Authorities provide financial assistance i.e. grants and other forms of financial help such as low interest loans. The policy aims to assist the most vulnerable households in the community, owners of empty. Private Sector Housing Renewal Policy Implementation date – 16 April BACKGROUND Introduction This Policy explains how the Council will support local people and work with other agencies, both statutory and voluntary, to provide assistance for housing adaptations and essential repairs.

Private sector housing renewal strategy. The private housing improvement team deals with grants relating to adaptations for disabled occupants, removal of minor hazards in the home, home security and energy efficiency. The Private Sector Housing Strategy is a new strategy for East Suffolk Council. The strategy runs until but is a living document that will be reviewed regularly to track progress and ensure it remains fit for purpose. It reinforces and develops the themes in. Housing policy and strategies. The council's Private Sector Renewal Policy, updated from April , is one of a number of policies which help carry out the council's corporate aims to. Identify ways to manage the borough's housing needs. The Private Sector Housing Strategy – , builds on the aims and objectives of the previous strategy ‘A Strategy for Private Sector Housing in West Lancashire ’. Whilst much has been done to deliver the aims of the previous strategy since , recent changes in the economic environment and.

This page lists the strategies and background documents that assist us in providing the right housing for the district. Housing strategy. Chichester District Housing Strategy [pdf kb] Homelessness Review [word kb] Private Sector Renewal Strategy [word 72kb] Development Viability Assessment Study - November Private Sector Housing Renewal Policy (PDF) Revised National Home Improvement Loan Scheme and Associated Amendments to Private Sector Housing Renewal Policy - 25 July (PDF) Our policy is subject to continuous review; the current version takes account of policy revisions and reflects a position that has come about as a result of changing. Cheshire East Housing Strategy (PDF, MB) The Common Allocation Policy is the way the council and its partners allocate social housing. The central aim of the policy is to ensure that all social/ affordable housing is allocated fairly and objectively to those in the greatest housing need, having regard to any legislative requirements. PRIVATE SECTOR HOUSING RENEWAL AND ENFORCEMENT STRATEGY AND POLICY / CONTENTS. Introduction. Private sector housing responsibilities and legislation Audit Commission inspection. Review of policy and drivers for change Relationship with other strategies. The Need for Action. Private sector housing stock condition. Private.