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Gwynedd Housing Partnership

Who is the Housing Partnership?

Gwynedd Housing Partnership is the body that represents the housing sector within the county, responsible for moving forward and ensuring the Local Housing Strategy and its sub-plans are realised. This will be achieved by collaborating to make effective use of the scarce resources available, and doing so in a strategic manner responsive to the accommodation needs of the county’s population.

Members include the four principal Housing Associations operational in the county, Gwynedd Council, Snowdonia National Park, Estate Agents, the Home Builders Federation, and the National Landlords Association, representing the interests of private sector landlords.

A number of sub-groups have been established to implement the Partnership’s programme of work, including representatives from the private sector, the third sector and the county’s residents.

Gwynedd Council Strategic Housing Policy Unit is charged with supporting the Partnership in terms of administration work and co-ordinating and leading a small number of work schemes.

For further details, email HousingStrategicUnit@gwynedd.gov.uk


Attachments

Housing Research Bulletin - Edition 2 - November 2013pdf (pdf, 1.13Mb)
 

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