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Management of local authority gypsy sites.
This change reflects a mix of changes in Gypsy/Traveller provision at a local authority level. Figure 1: Public Gypsy/Traveller site provision to A total of 20 local authorities/RSLs provide one or more public Gypsy/Traveller sites; the remaining 12 local authority areas do not have any public Gypsy/Traveller site provision. Local Authority Sites – Hertfordshire County Council. Hertfordshire County Council's Gypsy Section has been in existence for over 30 years. The present team of 14 staff manages and maintains accommodation for some families on various sites. These services are funded from the rents collected from these sites.
Section will apply the Act to local authority gypsy and traveller sites. Document History Supersedes Implementing the Mobile homes act on local authority gypsy and traveller sites - consultation (DCLG, ). This document relates to Applying the Mobile homes act to local authority traveller sites (DCLG, ). Now the local authority’s head of housing John Mills has vowed that things will improve for the families living at the designated permanent sites, with the council setting an ambitious target of.
in Government finding to help local authorities refurbish and provide temporary Gypsy sites in England. Ninety-two bids were received from councils for the third round of a £17 million Gypsy Site Refurbishment Grant Programme in /4. Tony McNulty says “It is vital we keep the valuable net-work of existing Gypsy sites open and provide good. last seven years the sites have been managed in house by a dedicated Gypsy Sites Officer, with rent account management provided by the Housing Finance Team. Following the departure of the Gypsy Site Officer, the service has taken the opportunity to review the current arrangements for the sites and consider the most appropriate future.
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LOCAL AUTHORITY GYPSY/TRAVELLER SITES 66 The Sites Network 66 A Description of Gypsy/Traveller Sites 74 Condition of Gypsy/Traveller Sites 82 Other Perceptions of Site Quality 84 Summary 91 4. ORGANISING FOR SITE MANAGEMENT 94 Managing In-House and Contracting Out 94 Organisational Arrangements for Site Management 98 Site Management File Size: KB.
6 Implementing the Mobile Homes Act on local authority Gypsy and Traveller sites 6. The MHA will improve security of tenure for Gypsies and Travellers on local authority sites. In order to evict a resident under the MHA the site owner must apply to the court for the agreement to be terminated, and seek a possession order.
In order forFile Size: KB. 4|Gypsy and Traveller Site Management Good Practice Guide Chapter 1 Introduction There are currently around socially rented Gypsy and Traveller sites in England, which will either be managed by the local authority or registered social landlord that owns them, or by another organisation on their behalf.
• each local authority to play its part in meeting that need through the planning system by identifying appropriate sites in local plans. The new system will work as follows: • The Housing Act will require local authorities to assess the need for Gypsy and Traveller accommodation in their areas when they assess theFile Size: KB.
Tom Sweeney, Co-Chair of the Irish Traveller Movement Britain, believes that Gypsy management works well on private sites, but believes local authority sites need to be managed by local authority officers.
Charles Smith agrees: "I think we should go back again to how housing is managed and we should be looking at in the same way as housing. Worcestershire, with a large Gypsy and Traveller population of around 3, has nine council-owned sites and one owned and managed by Rooftop Housing : Anita Pati.
number and management of sites, and local authority policies and practice on the provision of Gypsy/Traveller sites and accommodation issues more generally. The questionnaire was sent to all English local authorities (both county and district councils) and responses were analysed.
While the overall response rate was only 50%. Memorandum by the Traveller Law Reform Coalition (TLRC) (GTS 12) Research for the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister The Provision and Condition of Local Authority Gypsy and Traveller Sites in England by Pat Niner of the University of Birmingham has shown that there is a need for the provision of between 2, and 2, additional transit.
New License Agreements on local authority Traveller sites J Septem There were changes to the Mobile Homes Act (MHA) this year that bring the terms of the MHA into effect on local authority Gypsy and Traveller sites.
Ideally two sites are required reflecting that management of a large site of 36 pitches would be difficult and CLG guidance on Designing Gypsy and Traveller Sites - A Good Practice Guide () now withdrawn, stated that a site of a maximum of 15 pitches is conducive to providing a comfortable environment which is easy to manage.
The number of Gypsy and Traveller caravan sites across England has risen slightly with the East of England recording the highest number of sites.
Find all the sites mapped by local authority. Gypsy Site Solutions offer half day and full day training courses for Local Authorities and Housing Associations to better understand the Gypsy Traveller community.
We cover issues including cultural awareness, site management, finance and unauthorised encampments. Courses can. There are two permanent Gypsy sites located within the Borough. They are both managed by the Borough Council under the terms of an Agency Agreement with Surrey County Council.
Site 1 - Swift Lane is located at the end of Swift Lane in Bagshot, Surrey, GU19 5NJ, where there are 15 occupied Plots. Site 2 - Kalima is located on the Chertsey Road in Chobham, Surrey, GU24 8PE. Under the requirements of the Housing Act and Welsh Office Circular 30/ 'planning for Gypsy & Traveller Caravan Sites' all local authorities in Wales are required to identify the Housing needs of Gypsies and Travellers in its area and make provision for any needs identified.
Applying the Mobile Homes Act to local authority traveller sites: Guidance Ref: ISBN PDF, KB, 7 pages This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. There are no Local Authority owned Gypsy and Traveller camp sites in the area.
Unauthorised encampments on local authority owned land. The council will initially prove ownership of the land and provide evidence that the Gypsy or Travellers are on the land without consent. Officers will then carry out assessments for the health, welfare and.
This fully updated second edition includes: *New section on non-local authority rented Gypsy and Traveller sites *Significant human rights law developments in relation to security of tenure on non-local authority sites (Connors v UK) and eviction (Kay & Price): *New Government guidance on site provision and management *Gypsy and Traveller.
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Raymond Buckland (shelved 5 times as. It will also help to ensure sites work well and fulfil their part in promoting good relations with the wider community in the area. Document History Supersedes Draft guidance on the management of gypsy and traveller sites - a consultation paper (DCLG, ).
Publisher Information. Cornwall Housing have the responsibility for the management and maintenance of the three Local Authority owned, residential Gypsy and Traveller sites in Cornwall: Boscarn Parc, Tregojorran, Pool; Wheal Jewel, St Day; Foredown Parc, Pensilva; Please visit the Cornwall Housing Gypsy and Traveller pages for more information.
Development. The LGCL was developed by the Local Authority Websites National Project (LAWs), an initiative that aimed to meet the "requirement for a structured approach to information handling, publication and navigation".
The LGCL was created as part of the Information Architecture & Standards project strand, the responsibility for which was delegated to the. Buy Local Authority Gypsy/traveller Sites in England by ODPM from Waterstones today!
Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Book Edition: New Edition.6. The Housing Act and Planning Circular 01/, Planning for Gypsy and Traveller Caravan Sites, has put in place a framework which means every local authority has to identify land for the sites that are needed in its area.
The Secretary of State has powers that can ensure that those sites areFile Size: 2MB.