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Local Housing Strategy Consultation

This consultation is now closed.

Don’t forget you can still have your say on improving council services by clicking here to join our citizens’ panel.

Related Documents

Local housing strategy document (draft)

Cabinet Report

Overview

The Local Housing Strategy sets out the vision and direction for housing in Bridgend County Borough over the next two years. The strategy aims to ensure that the quantity and quality of housing meets the needs and aspirations of its residents.

The strategy sets out five key housing priorities, which will contribute to improving the quality of life for people within the county, and will underpin the work for the council and it's partners.

The council would like you to share your views on the strategy.

 

How to respond

This consultation period will begin on the 30 December 2015 and close the 23 March 2016. You can respond or ask further questions in the following ways;

Tel: (01656) 643 664
Email: consultation@bridgend.gov.uk
Online: Click here
Post: Communications, Marketing and Engagement,
Bridgend County Borough Council, Raven’s Court, Wing 3, Brewery Lane, Bridgend, CF31 4AP.

Alternative formats are also available upon request.

 

Consultation

Projected timetable for procedure and proposal implementation.

Activity

Date

Response deadline

23 March 2016

Final report published

19 April 2016

Report to Cabinet on the outcomes of the consultation.

7th June 2016

Potential implementation

11 May 2016

This consultation is now closed.

Don’t forget you can still have your say on improving council services by clicking here to join our citizens’ panel.

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