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Strategies policies and performance for our housing services

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Read our housing-related strategies, policies and performance information.
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BCP Housing Strategy 2021-2026 BCPs Housing strategy was approved by full council on 9 November 2021.
Refreshed Bournemouth Housing Strategy 2017-2020 The Housing Strategy 2013-2010 has been refreshed with this document, which sets out what we have done since 2013 and what our priorities and activities will be up until 2020.
Bournemouth Housing Strategy 2013-2020 Our strategies and vision for improving housing in the borough.
Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Strategy 2021-2025 Our strategic priorities for preventing and tackling homelessness.
Bournemouth Allocations Policy Sets out the framework by which we allocate and prioritise social housing.
Bournemouth Empty Homes Strategy 2016-2021 A five-year strategy to bring long-term empty homes back in to use in Bournemouth.
Tenancy Strategy 2012-2017 Sets out the local strategic priorities which will be met by registered providers through flexible tenancies.
Strategic Housing Service Standards 2016 The standards you can expect from us in dealing with your personal circumstances.
Annual Performance Report 2016-2017 Details our progress towards achieving our Ambition 2020 priorities, including information and data regarding homelessness, affordable housing and customer satisfaction.
Housing and Communities Consolidated Service Plan 2016/17 Details the full Housing and Communities Service Plan including responsibilities, achievements and performance data.
Bournemouth Reconnections Protocol June 2016 Protocol to help manage access to housing related support services and assistance for rough sleepers without a local connection to Bournemouth.
BCP Council HRA Non-cooperation Procedure Non-cooperation with reasonable steps under the Homelessness Reduction Act.
BCP Tenancy Strategy for Registered Providers of Social Housing 2024 - 2029 Sets out the matters to which registered providers of social housing (housing associations) within its district are to have regard to, when formulating policies relating to tenancies.

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