The public will be able to have their say until mid-October.
Local people have got a chance to have their say on the council’s Housing Strategy as it is now out for consultation.
Chesterfield Borough Council’s Housing Strategy (2019-2023) consultation will be open for the public to raise their views on from 13 September to 14 October 2019, with the document being available online to read and comment upon.
Housing is critical for everyone and everyone can have a view. The Housing Strategy aims to set the scene to ensure that appropriate housing in all areas and across all tenures is available to meet the housing needs of the people of Chesterfield.
Councillor Chris Ludlow, cabinet member for housing, said: “To ensure we are reflecting all views and recognise the diverse range of housing needs, we want to engage across the council, with partners and stakeholders and with existing tenants and residents.
“This consultation is a demonstration of how the council takes its responsibilities as a housing provider very seriously. The strategy has been given a lot of thought within the organisation and is now available for residents to comment on.
“It is important to ensure we collate a wide range of ideas and views to ensure we focus on the most relevant issues and interventions to have the greatest impact over the next four years.”
The strategy is set out under three key objectives:
- Delivery - Ensuring that increased new housing provision meets the needs of current and future residents of Chesterfield to provide a home for every stage of life
- Quality– The council will utilise internal and external resources to ensure that as many homes as possible in all tenures are of decent quality
- People – Ensuring that the needs of all groups to access and sustain housing appropriate for their needs in Chesterfield.