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Homelessness prevention strategy 2019 – 2024.
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Stroud District Council has one of the best records in preventing homelessness according to statistics released by the government.
The council will offer housing advice and support whether you are threatened with, or actually homeless.
Gloucestershire has been allocated an extra £271,980 from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government to expand a new service for entrenched homeless people. The countywide partnership of local authorities including Stroud District…
Information on housing research and market information.
The HPF Scheme is run by the council’s Homelessness Prevention Team (part of Housing Advice) to help households who are threatened with homelessness secure a home in the private rented sector by paying the deposit and/or agency fees.
Extra support for landlords is available from Stroud District Council so that tenants threatened with homelessness can get a more secure roof over their heads.
Residents have one more week to give their views on how the council approaches homelessness, housing for older people and its obligations as a social landlord.
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