Preventing Homelessness Strategy

This consultation is now closed. For results contact the contact named in the following text. For the record, these are the consultation materials.

This page links you to the draft Preventing Homelessness Strategy (1.7mb) and the supporting document to the Strategy, the draft Homelessness Review (2.2mb).

We have carried out a review of homelessness in North Somerset, the draft Homelessness Review 2016. The Review informs a new draft Preventing Homelessness Strategy for our area for the period 2017-22. Both documents are draft for you to comment on, with a view to influencing their final content.

We want your views, the easiest way to do this is to complete our questionnaire.

The questionnaire is designed to be accessible to all. If you do need it in another format, contact Kevin Mulvenna by email or by phone on 01934 427 487. 

This consultation closes at 5pm on 21 April 2017.























  • Opened
    8 Mar 2017 at 17:00
  • Closed
    21 Apr 2017 at 17:00
  • Response Published
    04 Jul 2017


Organisational Information

Contact Name Kevin Mulvenna
Job title Housing Policy Officer
Contact Email
Contact Telephone 01934 427 487

Project Information

Aim of this consultation To get your comments, feedback and ideas on the draft Preventing Homelessness Strategy 2017-22 and the draft Homelessness Review 2016.
Close Date 21 Apr 2017 17:00
Consultation Topic Housing - homelessness, housing advice and rented housing, Social care - families, addictions, adoption and domestic abuse
Context for this consultation We are developing our new Preventing Homelessness Strategy (PHS) to cover the period 2017-22. The PHS is informed by a Homelessness Review carried out in 2016. The PHS is one of a number of delivery plans that support and link with our recent Housing Strategy (HS) 2016-21. We have assessed relevant local, sub regional and national policy and evidence that informs the new PHS. The PHS and especially its Action Plan will set the direction and priorities for homelessness prevention for the next five years, subject to periodic review to ensure it keeps its relevance.