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Five key commitments have been proposed for a new Housing Strategy for St Albans District.
Rough sleepers were offered emergency accommodation in St Albans District during the cold winter months – with a bed available for all those who wanted one.
A £1.48 million grant has been obtained to improve the energy efficiency of social rent houses in St Albans District.
A strategy to ensure almost 5,000 social rent homes are made carbon neutral by 2030 has been produced.
Two new social-rent homes have been built with eco-friendly air source heat pumps to cut carbon emissions.
Extra COVID-secure accommodation is available for all rough sleepers in St Albans District during the cold winter months.
A new homelessness strategy for St Albans District has been produced to further improve the support offered to people without a permanent home.
A planning application to create new homes and business space on the site of Harpenden Public Halls is to be submitted.
Landlords in St Albans District who can provide accommodation for Afghan refugees are urged to come forward.
A building contractor is to be appointed for a new £5.1 million social-rent housing development in the Sopwell area of St Albans.
An ambitious £43 million project to modernise sheltered housing by St Albans City and District Council has achieved national recognition.
Eighteen more homes for social rent have been created after another ageing sheltered housing block in St Albans was refurbished.
A £250,000 Green Homes grant has been obtained to make up to 50 homes in St Albans District carbon neutral.
The housing department of St Albans City and District Council has won a major national award for its repairs and maintenance work.
New much-needed social housing could be created in St Albans City Centre with the redevelopment of the Charter Market depot.
Residents in St Albans District are urged to apply for free or low-cost heating improvements to their homes as cold weather hits this winter.