Net increase/decrease in council housing for 2013 - 2014

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Dear Bristol City Council,

Please could you supply me with the following information:

1. The number of council houses built in 2013 - 14

2. The number of council houses sold under right to buy in 2013 - 14

3.The number of council houses sold in 2013 - 14 for reasons other than right to buy

4. The number of council houses decommissioned or demolished in 2013 - 14

5. For each of (3) above, the reason for the sale of the council house

6.For each of (4) above, the reason for decommissioning or demolishing of the council house

Yours faithfully,

Bill Wren

Freedom of Information, Bristol City Council

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Dear Requester

We write in response to your requests for information received here on 11
September 2015 . For your reference your requests for information are in
bold below and our responses follow.

1. The number of council houses built in 2013 – 14 -  

6

2. The number of council houses sold under right to buy in 2013 – 14 –

142
3.The number of council houses sold in 2013 - 14 for reasons other than
right to buy –

10
4. The number of council houses decommissioned or demolished in 2013 –14 –

4

5. For each of (3) above, the reason for the sale of the council house –

Homes uneconomic to repair
6.For each of (4) above, the reason for decommissioning or demolishing of
the council house –

Pre-cast Reinforced Concrete homes beyond uneconomic repair

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