Closing date: 30 June 2019
What we are consulting on
We want to understand any issues relating to homelessness in Cheshire West and Chester.
What you tell us will be used to help develop a new homelessness strategy, to help prevent homelessness and improve support for people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in the area.
How to share your views
You can share your views by taking part in an online survey.
If you have experienced homelessness please complete this survey:
If you work with or support people that are homeless please complete this survey:
Anyone can share their views on what they feel is important to help solve homelessness in Cheshire West and Chester here:
Other ways to take part
Paper copies of all surveys are available on request.
For further information, to request paper copies, or to send us your views please contact:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: 0151 3566421
- Write to: Housing Strategy, Civic Offices, Civic Way, Ellesmere Port CH65 0BE
How your views will be used
Your views will inform the Council’s Homelessness Review, which will be used to develop a new homelessness strategy for Cheshire West and Chester.
This strategy will seek to help prevent homelessness and improve support for people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in the area.
The Homelessness Review will be published at the end of July 2019 and we will consult on the draft homelessness strategy from early August 2019.
The new strategy will be published in January 2020.
Other ways of accessing information
Council information is also available in audio, braille, large print or other formats. If you would like a copy in a different format, in another language or require a British sign language (BSL) interpreter:
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: 0300 123 8123
- Textphone: 18001 01606 275 757
We welcome views from all sections of the community and would encourage everyone to take part in this consultation. Note that the Council has a responsibility to make sure that its services are available to all, regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, religion or belief or sexual identity. Comments that are offensive to particular groups or considered inappropriate under the Equality Act 2010 will not be considered or published as part of this consultation.