Dear Salford City Council,

1) How many long tern empty properties (properties classed as empty for over 180 days) does the Council currently have as of the 1st April?

2) For 2018/19, 2019/20 and 2020/21 what percentage of the New Homes Bonus award received was generated from reducing the number of Long Term Empty properties and what was the actual value of that?

3) Does the Council work with any third parties to help them reduce the number of Long Term Empty properties in the area. If so whom?

4) Does the Council have any published commitments to reduce the number of Long Term Empty Properties in the area and if so by how many and over what time period?

5) How much New Homes Bonus has the council forecast to generate in 2021?

Yours faithfully,

Nick Porter

Gleadhill, Lynn, Salford City Council

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Dear Mr Porter,

 

Please find the response to your request as attached.

 

Thank you

Lynn

 

Dear Salford City Council,

 

1)      How many long tern empty properties (properties classed as empty
for over 180 days) does the Council currently have as of the 1st April?

 

2)      For 2018/19, 2019/20 and 2020/21 what percentage of the New Homes
Bonus award received was generated from reducing the number of Long Term
Empty properties and what was the actual value of that?

 

3)      Does the Council work with any third parties to help them reduce
the number of Long Term Empty properties in the area. If so whom?

 

4)      Does the Council have any published commitments to reduce the
number of Long Term Empty Properties in the area and if so by how many and
over what time period?

 

5)      How much New Homes Bonus has the council forecast to generate in
2021?

 

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