Council housing Cornwall

July 5, 2016


Building and Construction


flats along riverwe have been a business possessed by Cornwall Council that's faced with managing and maintaining the 10, 500 council houses in middle and eastern Cornwall. We look after about 300 leaseholders on the behalf of the Council and handle various other garages, stores and land in neighbourhoods with council housing. We very own 56 homes for social rent that we recently built.

We additionally provide the Homechoice and Housing Options and guidance service for the council.

The company is had by the Council and any earnings made tend to be allocated to improving housing in our region.

We've set-out very clear objectives for ourselves on:

  • Reaching the Cornish Housing traditional and keeping our houses
  • Creating new domiciles
  • Efficient use of resources
  • Exceptional housing services
  • Great governance and tenant participation

History

In 2002 Carrick District Council was effective in a quote into the Office regarding the Deputy Prime Minister to setup an arms size company, Carrick Housing, and secure additional sources. Objective in 2003 when it comes to very first year of our company would be to reach the typical of housing service that in an inspection because of the Audit Commission would receive a “good or better” rating. This outcome would allow the Government to award an initial £19m for financial investment in good homes improvements before 2010.

This first goal had been achieved in February 2004 once the Audit Commission awarded Carrick Housing an “excellent” rating for housing solutions. The federal government then awarded £7.2m of money for the duration as much as 2005. In October 2004 an additional £15.5m was issued by the Government making their particular total financial investment on good homes in Carrick £23.1m.

In '09 Cornwall Council became responsible for landlord solutions from the three former region council’s: Caradon, Carrick and North Cornwall.

After a thorough article on its landlord and housing solution, and thorough tenant assessment, Cornwall Council chose to change Carrick Housing to create an innovative new business to control all its council domiciles and deliver the Homechoice and Housing Options and Advice solution. On 1 April 2012 Cornwall Housing began to provide these types of services for the council.

Source: www.cornwall.gov.uk


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