Long Term Empty Properties

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Dear Norwich City Council,

I am writing to you to request the following information under the Freedom of Information Act:

1) Can the council confirm their current number of Long Term Empty Properties as of the 8th May (those domestic properties which have been empty for six months or older)
2) What work is the council currently undertaking or planning to undertake around reducing their long term empty properties in 2019?
3) During 2018 did you undertake any work around reducing your Long Term Empty Properties. If you did was this done using internal resource or a third party?
4) If yes is the answer to question three, did the council review every single long term property
5) Does the reduction of empty homes in the council area form part of your Housing strategy?
6) Does the council have a budget in place to help support the reduction of empty properties?
7) How much did the council spend on temporary accommodation during 2018?
8) Does the council offer financial support /loans to Long Term Empty property owners to help them bring properties back into use?

Yours faithfully,

A McIntosh

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Dear  Mcintosh,

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request. I can confirm the
information you have requested is held by Norwich City Council.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please quote the reference number PN7607840 in any future

communications relating to this FOI request.

If you are dissatisfied with the handling of your request, you have the right to 
ask for an internal review. Internal review requests should be submitted within 
two months of the date of receipt of the response to your original letter and 
should be addressed to:

 
Data protection and information team leader

Norwich City Council

City Hall

Norwich NR2 1NH

Email:
[1][email address]
 
If you are still dissatisfied with the council’s response after the internal review 
you have a right of appeal to the Information Commissioner at:
 

The Information Commissioner's Office 
Wycliffe House 
Water Lane 
Wilmslow 
Cheshire SK9 5AF. 
Telephone: 01625 545 700 
Website: [2]www.ico.gov.uk

I will now close your request as of this date.
 
Yours faithfully
 

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FOI QUERIES, Norwich City Council

 

Dear A Mcintosh,

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request and I apologise for the
delay in responding. I can confirm the information you have requested is
held by Norwich City Council.

 

Request

 

I am writing to you to request the following information under the Freedom
of Information Act:

1) Can the council confirm their current number of Long Term Empty
Properties as of the 8th May (those domestic properties which have been
empty for six months or older)
2) What work is the council currently undertaking or planning to undertake
around reducing their long term empty properties in 2019? These are major
works voids.
3) During 2018 did you undertake any work around reducing your Long Term
Empty Properties. If you did was this done using internal resource or a
third party?
4) If yes is the answer to question three, did the council review every
single long term property
5) Does the reduction of empty homes in the council area form part of your
Housing strategy?
6) Does the council have a budget in place to help support the reduction
of empty properties?
7) How much did the council spend on temporary accommodation during 2018?
8) Does the council offer financial support /loans to Long Term Empty
property owners to help them bring properties back into use?

 

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