Clackmannanshire Housing Strategy 2012-2017 (Jun 27 2013 15:33) The Housing (Scotland) Act 2001, requires all Councils to have a Local Housing Strategy. The purpose of the strategy is to identify and tackle the key areas of concern for housing. This includes providing new housing of all tenures of the size and ty
Financial Business Plan for Housing 2013-2018, Rent Consultation (Mar 20 2013 11:04) We previously set rent levels to cover delivery on your priorities in 2007, but we have delivered savings and reduced borrowing since the last Business Plan was finalised. This has enabled us to review rent levels, which is why we are asking you for
Homelessness Needs Assessment (Feb 18 2005 11:31) Clackmannanshire Council and its partners decided that a detailed needs assessment was required to support the revision of their first Homelessness Strategy.
Houses in Multiple Occupation Strategy (Mar 11 2005 11:24) Our HMO strategy is designed to meet our statutory licensing obligations, while ensuring that the HMO sector continues to play a valuable role in providing housing within Clackmannanshire, particularly where this involves vulnerable people.
Housing Need and Demand Assessment (Aug 10 2011 14:12) An HNDA estimates the future number of additional homes to meet existing and future need and demand.
It also captures information on the operation of the housing system to assist Clackmannanshire Council develop policies for new housing supply, mana
Joint Health and Homelessness Conference April 2009 (Jul 27 2009 13:50) Sharing information on services and capturing the views of service users and practitioners on how local services can be improved to meet the needs of people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness in Clackmannanshire.
Tenants' Information Service Report - HRA Review 03/13 (Mar 20 2013 11:01) Our analysis involved firstly checking the robustness and integrity of the model supplied by the council (making sure their sums add up) and secondly ensuring the assumptions concerning rent increases and the capital programme were affordable with