A selection of images representing communities.
Following the change of government we are reviewing all content on this website.
The ten most recent strategies and action plans published on the housing site.
A working hostel is anticipated to be a stepping-stone enabling residents to move on from rough sleeping into work or into alternative housing pathways.
This agreement explains how the principles outlined in the Central - Local Concordat published on 12 December 2007 will be applied in the areas of housing delivery and regeneration.
Proposals and actions for implementing the strategy referred to in 'Lifetime Homes, Lifetime Neighbourhoods: A National Strategy for Housing in an Ageing Society' published in February 2008.
No One Left Out is a new rough sleeping strategy consisting of a fifteen point action plan that sets out our vision to work with partners to end rough sleeping by 2012. It was developed with leading rough sleeping charities.
This document lists some of the powers and guidance that authorities can draw upon in delivering their strategic housing role. Published September 2008.
This toolkit is full of practical tips designed to help local housing authorities establish an effective approach to tackling overcrowding. Published July 2008.
Discussion paper to set out initial thinking and to gain views to help inform the development of a new strategy for tackling rough sleeping.
The 5 year housing plan, Homes for All - published in January 2005 - set out the Government's plans for taking forward its Choice Based Lettings (CBL) policy.
This strategy outlines our plans for making sure that there is enough appropriate housing available in future to relieve the forecasted unsustainable pressures on homes, health and social care services.