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Change for Painted Fabrics estate

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Local MP Meg Munn recently met Councillor Harry Harpham and senior Housing Officers to discuss City Council’s proposals to ‘re-designate’ the Painted Fabrics estate from a 60+ age category to one of general need.

Councillor Harpham, who is the Cabinet member for Homes and Neighbourhoods, had agreed to delay taking a final decision until the meeting to let the concerns of local residents be heard. Meg explained that the Painted Fabrics estate is something of a safe haven for elderly residents. There is a great sense of community, and the council should bear this in mind before they implement any final decision.

Harry Harpham explained that the demand for council housing has changed over time and there is a need to make sure that the availability of homes reflects this. He reassured Meg that the council were taking on board the concerns of local residents, and taking steps to reassure those who had been in touch.

Meg said:

“I met Councillor Harpham and senior housing officers to reinforce the point that there is sense of community and peace and quiet on the Painted Fabrics Estate. It is important that these remain.

Any change in age designation will mean fewer properties remain empty for long periods. The council is introducing a new policy of local housing officers in every area to ensure all properties and the environment are respected. This should ensure any problems are quickly tackled.

I am reassured that this approach will ensure that the existing residents can continue to enjoy this lovely estate in peace and quiet.”

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Meg and Councillor Harry Harpham

Meg and Councillor Harry Harpham


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