Housing Strategies, Policies and Plans
Meeting housing need is a real challenge in Haringey
Haringey is the 4th most deprived borough in London and the 13th most deprived in the country. Demand for social housing is high and resources are scarce. We also know that the causes and issues facing people who are homeless or have a housing need can be wide ranging.
Through multi-agency strategy steering groups, public consultation and the Integrated Housing Board, we have drawn on the knowledge and views of council partners (from the public, community and voluntary sectors), residents and elected members, to develop a range of Strategies, policies and plans. These clearly set out the council’s priorities and how we are going to achieve them.
Our current overarching Housing Strategy was designed to provide the focus for Housing until 2019. Because of recent changes – both national and local – to housing policy, and to help us meet the growing demand for good-quality affordable housing in the borough, we have drafted a new Housing Strategy. Visit the Housing Strategy Consultation 2015 page for further details.
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