Affordable Housing & Housing Mix SPD - Consultation CLOSED
We recently consulted on an update to our Affordable Housing & Housing Mix SPD. We have a strong track record of delivering affordable homes and the SPD sets out the Council's expectations in relation to the provision of housing in the district. This provides clarity for landowners, developers, registered providers and residents and will ensure a consistent approach is taken between sites across the district.
The consultation ran for 8 weeks from Thursday 17 October until 5pm Thursday 12 December 2019. The draft SPD can be viewed here:
We are now considering all responses received and making any relevant changes to the document. We aim to adopt the final SPD in 2020.
The existing SPD was adopted in 2014:
This strategy sets out how South Staffordshire Council and partners will ensure everyone in the district is able to access a home that is suitable for them, and how the Council will meet its statutory homelessness duties.
This policy outlines a range of financial and other assistance available for repairs, improvements and adaptations to housing in South Staffordshire.
On the 11th December 2012 South Staffordshire Council formally adopted the Core Strategy (Local Plan) Development Plan Document.
It is essential that the Council understands the whole housing market and can develop sound and robust approaches to preparing and reviewing local planning and housing strategies. The latest Housing Market Assessment 2017 aims to enable the Council to understand the nature and level of housing demand and need within South Staffordshire.
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