Have your say on five-year housing strategy

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Argyll and Bute Council and its partners are preparing a new Local Housing Strategy to set a priorities plan for the next five years.

The new strategy is about identifying issues and priorities across all types and tenures of housing and related services, for all residents and anyone wanting to live in the area.

To make sure it reflects the residents’ and communities’ views, the council is asking people to have their say.

An online survey on the council’s website is running now until Friday August 21.

The survey is the first part of a wider consultation programme bringing more opportunities to share views over the coming months.

Go to www.argyll-bute.gov.uk/consultations/argyll-bute-local-housing-strategy-development-early-engagement-survey