Affordable housing is delivered, based on the local plans and targets of each district throughout Cambridgeshire. This report looks at the current or new developments of affordable housing across Cambridgeshire based on the planning applications received between 2002 and 2014.
National data In June 2016, the Office of National Statistics released a new set of data all about the number of house sales and prices for the whole of the country, based on ONS and Land Registry information from 1995 to 2015.
Homelessness is a big concern. Not having a secure home, sleeping on a friend's floor, or having to live on the street can seriously affect a person's health, wellbeing, job prospects and feelings of safety and security.
Why do housing providers, including housing associations, almshouse trusts and private partners, matter? Well, in our area they own and manage... more than 46,000 "general needs" flats and houses
New housing allowances announced
What is a food bank? Food banks support people in financial crisis who cannot afford to buy food and/or fuel.
Cambridge is growing with approx. 33,000 houses being built over the next 15 yrs. and an expected additional population of 50,000 people. This will put enormous pressure on the transport network, environmental management, energy infrastructure and health and social care.
Solid vs cavity walls
Specialist housing for the elderly (residential and nursing homes) is intended to enable people to live independently.
Why is this data useful?