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Regional Housing Strategy

The Regional Housing Board is responsible for producing a Regional Housing Strategy as the basis of advice to ministers on strategic housing priorities in the region, ensuring that it is within the context of the region's strategic framework Advancing Together and is consistent with other key strategies : notably Regional Economic Strategy and Regional Planning Guidance/Regional Spatial Strategy and the Northern Way Growth Strategy.

Regional Housing Strategies must also align with national priorities and strategies and Ministerial requirements.

Regional Housing Strategies have 3 main purposes:

to influence regional, sub-regional and local strategies across a range of housing priorities such as delivery of affordable housing, energy efficiency, fuel poverty, sustainable design and construction, and fair access to housing policies.


to set out regional housing priorities to steer the use of the accompanying regional investment strategy and its single housing pot

to steer wider investment towards integrated housing, economic and social activity

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