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Contact: Liz Wright, Democratic Services Officer
Apologies for absence
Declarations of interest
Minutes of the meeting held on the held on 22 February 2022.
Report of the Statutory Deputy City Mayor: Lead Member for Housing.
Salford City Council - Record of Decision
The annual Housing Strategy delivery plan for 2022/23.
The 2021/22 delivery plan will come to an end on 31st March 2022, and a further annual plan is required to ensure delivery of the Housing Strategy priorities.
Medium - The strategy identifies a number of key priorities and objectives with key delivery outcomes which will be monitored through the action plan. Risks in terms of the delivery of the priorities and objectives will be reviewed annually. It is recognised that there are a number of outcomes which if not delivered carry risks. Mitigating these risks will be a key part of the action plan monitoring.
Not applicable - Legal Advice will be sought on specific topics therein, as and when required. However, there are otherwise no direct legal implications.
Financial Advice obtained:
There are no direct implications resulting from the Housing Strategy delivery plan.
Delivery of the plan will either be within existing financial constraints or proposed additional spend will be assessed and reported on an individual basis as and when items from the action plan are planned/implemented
HR Advice obtained: N/A
Climate Change Advice obtained:
Supplied by Michael Hemmingway - 793 3209
Greater Manchester strategic goals for carbon neutral new and existing homes in the future, remain a serious challenge for all partners and the likelihood of not achieving the targets seems high without significant government intervention. Those challenges are financial, as well as knowledge and skills based. Partners are working together to develop shared learning to help skill up officers and housing providers are exploring what can realistically be achieved within existing finances, as well as how to access wider funding streams as they become available. As can be seen from the report Registered Providers to continue to maintain/improve their existing homes, and to explore the potential for progressing towards carbon neutral homes, the actions related to this in the report have been expanded. To help move this agenda a joint sub-group of the Climate Action Board and the Housing Partnership has been formed and is meeting regularly.
The following documents have been used to assist the decision process:
Salford’s housing strategy ‘Shaping Housing in Salford 2020’
Telephone number: 0161 793 2143
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- This decision is subject to consideration for briefing purposes by the Lead Member for Housing and Neighbourhoods. The Lead Member is supportive of the decision.
- The appropriate scrutiny to call-in the decision is the Growth and Prosperity Scrutiny Panel
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This decision was published on 22.03.22 ... view the full decision text for item 4.
Referral back from Growth and Prosperity Scrutiny Panel in respect of the City Mayor's Decision of 14 February 2022 on Rent and Service Charge Setting for 2022/23 - council owned stock managed by Pendleton Together and the Duchy Caravan Park PDF 117 KB
Report of the Chair of Growth and Prosperity Scrutiny Panel.
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