The South Nottinghamshire Homelessness Partnership (Broxtowe Borough Council, Gedling Borough Council and Rushcliffe Borough Council) have worked together to develop a draft Homelessness & Rough Sleeping Strategy. 

The strategy aims to build on the priorities and progress made in the preceding strategy and enable us to respond to the new and emerging challenges that we face in tackling homelessness in South Nottinghamshire.

In accordance with the Homelessness Act 2002, all housing authorities must have in place a Homelessness Strategy based on a review of all forms of homelessness in their district and demonstrating how homelessness will be prevented and resolved.  The Strategy must be renewed at least every 5 years. 

 We would welcome your views on the strategy and the priorities it outlines.  You can give us your comments and suggestions by filling in the survey

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* 1. The strategy raises 6 main strategic priorities, these are;

1.  Early Intervention through effective partnership working

2. The provision of an accessible, agile and responsive homelessness service

3.  Access to affordable and quality accommodation across all sectors

4.  Tackle rough sleeping by developing and improving pathways

5.  Linking health, well-being and housing together to improve the life chances and aspirations of those affected

6.  Delivering long term support solutions to sustain tenancies for the most vulnerable

Do you feel that the South Nottinghamshire Councils are right to prioritise these areas?

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* 2.  If no, please tell us why and what you would propose

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* 3. Do you think the Council does enough to prevent homelessness in South Nottinghamshire?

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* 4. if no, please explain 

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* 5. What do you think contributes to homelessness in South Nottinghamshire?  Select 3

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* 6. The Government’s target is to end rough sleeping, do you think this target is achievable in South Nottinghamshire?

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