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Number of vacant council homes

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Dear Haringey Borough Council,

Can you please give me a monthly breakdown of vacant council homes from Jan 2015 to Dec 2016?

By this I mean homes that belong to the council that are on social rents for residential use.

Monthly breakdown example
- 31st Jan 2015: 100 vacant council homes
- 28th Feb 2015: 76 vacant council homes


Yours faithfully,

Mark Simpson


Dear Mr Simpson


Freedom of Information: Reference LBH/5970417


I acknowledge your request for information received on 24 January 2017.

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will send the response by 21 February 2017.


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Denica Benfield I Feedback Officer


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Dear Mark


Thank you for your email dated 24 January 2017.


LBH/5970417: Freedom of Information Act Request


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Robert Lindsay-Smith left an annotation ()

The reply contains monthly values for 2015 and 2016, with this summary:
'Monthly breakdown of vacant socially rented council homes - January 2015 to December 2016. This represents an average of 93.6 vacants during the calendar year of 2015 and an average of 88.3 vacants for 2016 - a decrease of 5.7% between the years.
Data is captured as a snapshot at month end. During the 2 year period, the maximum number of vacants was 117, with a minimum of 62.'

For 2016, the average was 88.3 vacant homes in total, of which 76 were general needs, with an average of 12.3 sheltered housing.

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