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We are helping to meet existing and future housing needs by working closely with Registered Social Landlords and the Private Sector. This includes working with partners to improve the condition of housing in Preston and helping to increase the numbers and type of housing needed in the city.
From the documents section you can find:
The Mid Lancashire housing contextual statement has been prepared by the mid Lancashire authorities of Lancaster, Preston, South Ribble, Chorley, Ribble Valley and West Lancashire and Lancashire County Council.
The strategy provides a common understanding and set of priorities for housing across mid Lancashire. These seek to identify and meet the needs of existing communities and to support the economic growth ambitions of the area by ensuring that the housing offer can both retain and attract people to the area.
This plan shows how we:
There is also an Equality and Human Rights Impact Assessment for the Housing Delivery Plan in the documents section.
This report will help us to make informed recommendations for our housing priorities set out in the Preston Housing Delivery Action Plan.
This survey was carried out between June and August 2012 and included 1,500 individual surveys of private dwellings in Preston.
The results of the survey will help us to make decisions about future private housing policies and programmes.
This is our policy for providing disabled adaptations and for assisting with the repair and maintenance of private sector housing in Preston. It was adopted by the Council on 14 August 2013. It should be read in conjunction with the council’s Housing Delivery Plan which explains how this, and other policies, contribute to the strategic housing aims of the city council.
This diagram shows the role of strategic housing within the council.
If you require help with something in this section, please contact us.