Housing Strategies

Housing Strategies

The Council has adopted a range of Housing Strategies which are designed to support the delivery of it housing services.

 



Chiltern District Council and South Bucks District Council are consulting on a draft Joint Housing Strategy Document which sets down how the two authorities will be addressing the challenges of tackling homelessness and meeting affordable housing needs over the next three years (2018-2021).

We want to hear your views on the contents and actions within the draft document before we finalise the strategy.

Consultation starts on Monday 25 June
Consultation closes on Monday 6 August

Icon for pdf CDC SBDC Joint Housing Strategy Final Draft [929.62KB]

Submit your comments using the online form

Following the consultation we will consider the responses and amend the strategy document as appropriate before taking it forward for formal adoption by both authorities.



Icon for pdf Strategic Housing Framework 2013-14 [393.94KB]

This document provides an overview of the Council's strategic housing role and summarises its key housing policies.

Icon for pdf Homelessness Strategy 2009-2011 [281.05KB]

This strategy includes a review of homelessness in Chiltern and an action plan for preventing and tackling homelessness.

Icon for pdf Empty Homes Strategy [160.51KB]

This strategy sets down the background and action plan for the Council's role in tackling empty properties in Chiltern.

Icon for pdf Private Sector Housing Strategy [299.95KB]

This document maps out the Council's strategy and key policies for the repair and improvement of privately owned housing in Chiltern District and the enforcement of housing standards.

Icon for pdf Buckinghamshire Tenancy Strategy January 2013 [66.91KB]

This strategy has been adopted as required by the Localism Act 2011. Registered Providers must have regard to the strategy when they are letting accommodation in Chiltern District.

Icon for pdf Affordable Warmth Strategy [1.5MB]

This strategy sets out the actions the Council and its partners will take to reduce fuel poverty and ensure that homes can be heated affordably.