Salford City Council’s housing policy aims to provide affordable, good-quality housing to residents of Salford. They own around 8,500 properties, including flats, houses, and bungalows.
The Council offers different types of housing, including social rented housing, affordable rented housing, and shared ownership. The Council’s priority is to provide housing to those in the greatest need, including people who are currently or at risk of becoming homeless, those living in poor quality or overcrowded accommodation, and those with a disability or long-term health condition. They also aim to support tenants to sustain their tenancies and improve their overall well-being.
The Council has a range of initiatives to support its housing policy, including working with housing associations and private landlords, developing new homes, and promoting energy-efficient housing. They also provide advice and support to tenants on issues such as welfare benefits, debt management, and housing repairs.
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