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Affordable Housing Viability Study This report has been prepared to advise Tameside Council on the economic viability of potential policies for affordable housing provision in the District. The Affordable Housing Viability Assessment report produced by ARC4 in May 2010
Disabled Facilities Grant Information produced to monitor the use of the Disabled Facilities Grant in Tameside.
Economic Master Plan Tameside Economic Masterplan sets out Tameside Strategic Partnerships strategic approach to the development of Tameside’s Economy.
Greater Manchester Housing Strategy The Greater Manchester Housing Strategy is currently being developed by the Association of Greater Manchester Authorities Housing and Planning Commission.
Homelessness strategy Since the implementation of the Homelessness Act 2002, Tameside’s Homelessness Strategy published has been aimed at creating a multi-agency response to breaking the cycle of homelessness, developing good quality advice and a range of accommodation and support services.
Housing Strategy Statistical Appendix The purpose of this appendix is to bring together many basic but important housing data from a local authority. Most of the data are relevant to the formulation of the authority's Housing Strategy.
Local Development Framework Monitoring Report The Local Development Framework Annual Monitoring Report is carried out by the authority to help ensure that progress is being made on the Framework. The report is published at the end of each calendar year.
Neighbourhood Survey Report The Neighbourhood Survey was carried out in The survey was carried out by NWA Social and Market Research in 2009.
North West Home Truths Report National Housing Federation report on Housing Need in the North West.
Repossession Data County Court information on Repossessions order for rent and mortgages. This data is monitored month by month and annually.
Rough Sleepers Count Estimated Rough Sleepers Count for Tameside as at 18 November 2010. The count is carried out annually coordinated across a range of different agencies.
Stock Condition Survey This report contains information regarding the condition of Private Sector Housing Stock in Tameside. The report was produced by Michael Dyson Associates Ltd in April 2009
Strategic Homelessness Report The attached file is a quarterly report of Tameside's Strategic Homelessness Group.
Strategic Housing Land Availability Survey Planning Policy Statement 3 (PPS3), November 2006, requires Local Planning Authorities to assess and demonstrate the extent to which their plans fulfil a requirement to identify and maintain a rolling 5-year supply of deliverable land for housing.
Strategic Housing Market Assessment The Strategic Housing Market Assessment is a statutory requirement and was carried out in as part of the overall Strategic Housing Needs Assessment.
Strategic Housing Needs Assessment The Strategic Housing Needs Assessment is provides a detail report on the Housing Need within Tameside. The Study was carried out in
Supported Housing Needs Assessment The supported housing needs assessment is produced from a tool which is produced by HGO Consulting Limited. The toolkit is used to bring together sources of data that enable the authority to measure Supported Housing Need.
Supporting People Management Information Report The Supporting People team produce this Management Information Report every quarter. The report is presented to Tameside Housing Partnership.
Tameside Ask the Panel Report This is a summary report based on the second ‘Ask the Panel’ event held with members of the Tameside Citizens Panel on 20th July 2009. The Council had identified four key service and policy areas which would benefit from citizen consideration and feedback. The four areas were, Crime, Childhood Obesity, Housing Market Challenges and the Recession
Tameside Housing Roadshow Survey 2009 The attached results were obtained from surveys completed as part of LBV Television/Tameside Housing Ashton Roadshow during the week commencing 10th September 2009. A total of 118 completed surveys were returned by Tameside residents.
Tameside Joint Strategic Needs Assessment In order to achieve the world class services that people expect, we must have a full understanding of local needs. The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment will help local agencies understand the health and social care needs of their local communities and identify where inequalities exist.
Tameside Skills Data The attached file contains information regarding Skills Levels in Tameside as at December 2010.
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