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Consultation on the Draft Housing Strategy 2016-46

Consultation type
Closed
Opening date
24/10/2016
Closing date
07/09/2016
Brief description

The Draft East Riding Housing Strategy proposes a 30-year vision for housing in the area that will enable more new homes and for all housing to be of a quality, type and size which meets the needs of urban, rural and coastal communities and supports economic growth. This will help to support a high-quality and balanced residential offer across all the local housing market areas.

The strategy highlights that the majority of housing in the East Riding of Yorkshire is in private ownership, with over 90 per cent of properties being owner-occupied or privately-rented. The remainder is owned by the council or other social landlords, including charities and housing associations.

The housing strategy provides a strong focus on helping people to access suitable, affordable housing with a view to resolving issues of housing need and improving living conditions for the most vulnerable. It also has links with the strategies of key partner and relies on working closely with other agencies, including the NHS and voluntary and community sector, to deliver its ambitions. Feedback is sought through the consultation on whether the right priorities have been identified by the council to achieve the overarching vision and objectives for housing in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

Type of consultation
Public
How to get involved

The survey can be undertaken by clicking on the above link and completing the questionnaire

Contact details

If you have any queries please ring 01482 393939 ?

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