Housing revenue account business plan 2016 -2046
A revised HRA Business Plan for 2016-2046 was approved by the Council in April 2016; the plan sets out the Council’s short-to-medium term plans and priorities for its Housing and Property services, and provides a long term (30 year) outlook on stock investment and financial planning.
In the County Council’s homelessness Strategy it has been developed with the authorities other local plans, programmes and strategies.
Private sector housing renewal strategy
The Housing renewal strategy provides a basis of the Council’s work in relation to the private sector housing.
We also have a number of other finalised strategies, policies and consultation results from previous Housing Strategies. The documentation can be found in the ‘Downloads’ Tab above.
Housing asset strategy 2012 - 2017
The Housing asset strategy sets out the approach to managing the housing related assets held in the Housing Revenue Account. It covers a range of activities that ensure the housing stock meets the needs and standards required, both now and in the future.
The Tenancy Policy sets out NK’s approach to managing tenancies. It is works in close conjunction with the Allocations Policy the Legal Action to Enforce Tenancies and Appendix 2 is the Specific Procedural areas
New Build Strategy
The HRA self-financing debt settlement at the end of March 2012 has allowed North Kesteven the opportunity to identify the budget capacity to aspire to deliver 500 new Council homes. The move to self-financing has increased North Kesteven’s ability to invest in new affordable homes.
This ambition for growth places North Kesteven as a public sector leader in delivering social housing. North Kesteven’s organisational experience allows it to unlock public and private land at a level which ensures financial viability for development.
This new build strategy is aligned to the NK Corporate Plan and connected to our HRA Business Plan which sets out a clear vision:
‘Working to provide quality housing services to meet the needs and aspirations of NK customers’