Housing Strategy 2015

The Housing Strategy 2015 is for everyone living in the city whether you are an owner-occupier, living in a social housing, renting privately or homeless. The Strategy was developed through extensive consultation and has three overarching priorities that reflect the fundamental housing needs of the city. 

Housing Strategy 2015 [PDF 1.7mb]

Within these priorities are themes detailing areas of need which have been highlighted by local people as those areas that matter the most and will make the most impact

Priority 1: Improving Housing Supply

  • New Affordable Housing
  • Family Housing
  • Community Housing Sector
  • Student Housing

Priority 2: Improving Housing Quality

  • Decent Warm & Healthy Homes
  • Empty Homes
  • Private Rented Sector
  • Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO)

Priority 3: Improving Housing Support

  • Homelessness Prevention
  • Housing Related Support
  • Supporting Older People
  • Supporting our Black & Minority Ethnic (BME) Communities
  • Supporting our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Trans* (LGBT) Communities

The Housing Strategy 2015 is supported by a number of key background evidence papers providing details of the findings from our consultation, research and data analysis:

Previous Housing Strategies 2009 can be viewed by following this link

If you would like more information, please contact the Housing Strategy Team on (01273) 293055 or email housing.strategy@brighton-hove.gov.uk