Good quality and affordable housing that meets the needs of our diverse communities

Are we achieving our targets?

Green – 7; Amber – 1; Red – 7; M – 0

Are we getting better?


Improved performance


Stayed the same


Requires improvement


Further information is needed or the latest measure is unavailable

2019/20 Q4

2019/20 Q3

  • The number of people supported to remain in their homes through the provision of disabled facilities grants increased from 65 to 91 and was higher than at this point last year. Whilst it was showing as red against the end of year target of 175, this measure is still expected to meet target by year end.
  • The proportion of empty homes returned to use remained below target and fewer homes were returned to use than during this period than in the previous one.
  • The number of people in temporary accommodation fell from 92 to 86 and the number in B&B fell from 50 to 47; both measures showed an improvement on mid-year but remained red against target.

2019/20 Q2

  • The number of new homes being delivered maintained the extremely positive performance of last year and, as such, is performing far better than target.
  • The number of private sector homes achieving the decent homes standard through grant or loan provision was red against target but it is anticipated that the year-end target will be met.
  • The number of vulnerable residents being enabled to remain in their own homes through disabled facilities grants showed improved performance. The team expect to achieve the target by the end of the year.