The Housing Strategy provides a blueprint for the way the four East Surrey councils will deliver their housing service locally. Other documents support the Housing Strategy and form part of the district's overall approach to improving the supply, quality, choice and accessibility of housing.
East Surrey Housing Strategy (2009-2013)
The 'East Surrey Housing Strategy' (see Internet Links) has agreed three priority policy areas:
- Creating housing opportunities
- Improving housing standards
- Improving housing and support for vulnerable people
East Surrey Strategic Housing Market Assessment
You can view the 'East Surrey Strategic Housing Market Assessment' on the right hand side of this page (see Internet Links).
Mole Valley's Tenancy Strategy 2013-16
The Localism Act 2011 requires each local authority to produce a tenancy strategy. A tenancy strategy is a plan that sets out how housing association homes in an area are let. It provides a framework for the type of tenancies housing associations should use and how long these tenancies should be granted for. Mole Valley District Council intends the strategy to make best use of the stock so that more people in housing need can be helped.
Homelessness Review and Homelessness Strategy
The 'Homelessness Strategy' (which is available to download at the bottom of the page) sets out Mole Valley District Council's five year action plan to tackle homelessness in the district. A review process is currently being undertaken with a new strategy for 2014 - 2018 expected later this year.