Housing Strategy 2022 to 2052

Housing strategy consultation

We are developing a new housing strategy for South Gloucestershire.

The aim is to help everyone in South Gloucestershire to access housing that meets their needs and that they can afford.

Housing plays an important role in helping to:

  • reduce inequalities
  • give children the best start in life
  • improve health and wellbeing
  • support people to reach their full potential

About the strategy

The strategy will be used to improve the delivery of high quality housing. We will be ambitious, requiring all new housing, regeneration and retrofitting of existing homes to achieve net zero carbon by 2030.

What it means

By putting this strategy into action over the next 30 years (to 2052), we aim to provide:

  • a home for everyone that meets their needs
  • sustainable homes for the future
  • thriving communities and neighbourhoods

We are committed to responding to:

  • the climate and nature emergency
  • health and wellbeing
  • equal opportunities

The values of our housing strategy must be linked to the Council Plan and our other relevant plans and strategies.

The strategy will be reviewed regularly to make sure it continues to respond to housing needs across South Gloucestershire, and reflects changes in national policy, legislation and strategy.

Who we are working with

We are developing the strategy through work with our partners and stakeholders in the community, regionally and nationally.

We are working with the West of England Combined Authority (WECA) and other neighbouring authorities on cross-boundary housing issues and priorities.

Find out more

You can access the draft strategy documents on our housing strategy publications page or download the PDFs below.

How to have your say

We want to hear from you and gather feedback on the draft South Gloucestershire Housing Strategy 2022 to 2052.

Virtual drop in meetings

  • To give an overview of the strategy and the key topic areas, we are holding 2 virtual drop-in meetings.

    You can join a meeting to ask questions and provide your feedback on Wednesday 6 July at:

- midday to 1pm Join conversation (microsoft.com)

- Wednesday 6 July at 5pm Join conversation (microsoft.com)

The consultation is open from 1 July 2022 to 1 September 2022.

 

This consultation has now closed and we are analysing the results, which will be published here in due course.

Timeline

  • Opened
    1 Jul 2022 at 09:00
  • Closed
    1 Sep 2022 at 23:59

Details

Consultation Topic
  • Housing issues
Geographical area
  • Bitton and Oldland Common
  • Boyd Valley
  • Bradley Stoke North
  • Bradley Stoke South
  • Charfield
  • Charlton and Cribbs
  • Chipping Sodbury and Cotswold Edge
  • Dodington
  • Emersons Green
  • Filton
  • Frampton Cotterell
  • Frenchay and Downend
  • Hanham
  • Kingswood
  • Longwell Green
  • New Cheltenham
  • Parkwall and Warmley
  • Stoke Park and Cheswick
  • Patchway Coniston
  • Pilning and Severn Beach
  • Thornbury
  • Severn Vale
  • Staple Hill and Mangotsfield
  • Stoke Gifford
  • Winterbourne
  • Woodstock
  • Yate Central
  • Yate North
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Target Audience
  • All residents