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Making Good - Housing Repairs »
At a Member’s suggestion, the Communities Scrutiny Committee agreed to examine the Council’s Housing Responsive Repairs Service. We were able to meet with the then Head of Housing, tour the repair service offices and view a number of properties undergoing repairs
Merton: Council House Repairs »
The purpose of the review was to look at ways of improving the councils residential properties and included reviewing major works, voids and responsive repairs service.
Method by which Planning Applications are Advertised and Consultation Undertaken »
Leeds City Counil: This report reviews the processes and procedures in place to advertise and consult on planning applications in Leeds
Middlesbrough: housing allocation policy »
The review scrutinised various aspects of the Housing Allocation Policy to give consideration to moving away from traditional allocation procedures.
Middlesbrough: West Middlesbrough Neighbourhood Trust »
The overall aim of the Scrutiny investigation was to consider, through examination of the WMNT Delivery Plan, what the Trust have set out to achieve and to what extent those aspirations have or will be met.
mobile phone mast scrutiny »
Investigating the planning and health issues related to mobile phone masts and base stations
Newcastle upon Tyne: voluntary accreditation for private landlords »
This report sets out the recommendations arising from the work the Community and Housing Select Committee have been doing on developing a voluntary accreditation scheme for private landlords.
Newcastle: Affordable Housing Report »
A report by the Regeneration Scrutiny Panel's Affordable Housing Working Group.
Newham: affordable housing »
The topic of affordable housing was chosen for scrutiny in June, 2002 against a backdrop of house prices at record levels, high levels of homelessness, demand for homes in the South East projected to far outstrip supply, and the Mayor of London's proposals for targets for affordable housing in the London Boroughs.
Newham: choice based lettings »
The Commission's objective was not to look at whether the scheme should continue – it was clear that the scheme was more fair and transparent than the previous points based system – but to look at whether any improvements could be made to improve how it works.
Newham: improving streets »
On the 4th November 2003 the Scrutiny Commission agreed to use the Scrutiny investigation to look at street furniture and which they defined as the fixtures and fittings, rather than the fabric, of the street environment.
Newport: Adult services and housing »
The report is an in-depth review of Private Sector Housing Renewal.
North Dorset: empty properties and private sector leasing »
Report on empty properties in the District and the need for implementation of a Private Sector Leasing Scheme.
North East Lincolnshire: mobile phone masts »
This report responds to concerns raised about the increased number of these masts and the perceived effects on the health and well-being of residents, especially children.
North Hertfordshire: affordable housing provision »
The primary purpose of this investigation was to look at the need for social housing and review NHDC's ability to supply, based on the guidelines set by The Housing Corporation.
North Kesteven: planning committee structure »
This review examined the impact on various stakeholders as a result of changes made to the structure of the council's planning committee one year previously.
North Lincolnshire: input of local health partners to the planning process »
The scope of the review was to examine the current level of health input to the Council's planning process and evaluate how it can be ensured that the health trusts' views are taken on board and considered fully as part of the planning process.
North Lincolnshire: street naming »
The scope of the review was to examine and make recommendations on the effectiveness of the current street naming procedure.
North Tyneside: private sector housing »
This report presents the recommendations made by the Housing Scrutiny Sub-committee in relation to the review of Private Sector Housing.
Nottingham City: the built environment in nottingham city centre »
To consider the factors which influence the development of the city centre and identify procedures and practices which would encourage high quality design in sympathy with Nottingham's historic core.
Nottinghamshire:Street Lighting »
In May 2007 Nottinghamshire Overview and Scrutiny Committee commissioned a further review of street lighting following the earlier report on street lighting repair performance.
Notts: Street Lighting Repair »
The review examined the performance of Central Networks (E-on)in relation to streetlighting repair with a view to drawing up recommendations on how performance might be improved.
OLDER HOUSING AREAS »
To present the findings of the Economic Regeneration and Transport Scrutiny
Panel’s review of the Older Housing Areas.
Older People's Housing »
This inquiry focused on the changing demands on housing services for older people, and how these demands are being met.