43 results in guidance, regulation, and business funds and grants
Guidance for non-specialists, particularly private landlords, about the requirements under the Housing Act 2004 in relation to the HHSRS.
Guidance about inspections and assessment of hazards in housing given under section 9 of the Housing Act 2004.
Factsheets providing background information on the measures within the Homelessness Reduction Act and the Homelessness (Review Procedure etc) Regulations 2018.
Guidance to anyone intending to buy a park home.
Statutory guidance on the provision of accommodation for 16 and 17 year old young people who may be homeless and/or require accommodation.
These action cards summarise advice on how different organisations need to respond to cold weather alert levels 0 through 4.
Guidance for local housing authorities about their duties and powers under part 1 of the Housing Act 2004.
Operating guidance addendum on the assessment of high-rise residential buildings with cladding systems.
If you or someone living in your property is disabled you may qualify for a disabled facilities grant towards the cost of providing adaptations…
Guidance to owners of park homes about selling or gifting (giving away) a home.
Statutory guidance for local authorities to improve access to social housing for victims of domestic abuse in refuges or other types of temporary accommodation.
This leaflet summarises the main changes to park home owners legal rights when selling their park home.
Provides an overview of the duty to refer for NHS staff, including how to make a referral to a local authority.
This prospectus explains how local authorities across England can apply for funding.
Guidance about the housing health and safety rating system.
The location of 11 Rapid Rehousing Pathway: Somewhere Safe to Stay early adopters.
Guidance on what rights park home owners have.
Guidance to all agencies involved in setting up and delivering a Sanctuary Scheme.
Guide to support local authorities' planning and commissioning of supported lodgings to tackle youth homelessness.
A guide for park home site owners on the new licensing powers of local authorities.
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