Housing Needs Survey

Faversham Community Land Trust has commissioned Arc4 to carry out a housing needs survey on our behalf.  

​A housing needs survey will identify households in the community whose incomes are insufficient to rent or buy suitable accommodation on the open market. It will also obtain information, confidentially, on gross household incomes, number of members of the household and ages. It may also identify hidden homelessness, for example, a young couple staying in a parental home, unable to afford to set up on their own. The results will be reported in such a way that household identities are not revealed and cannot be guessed. We have commissioned Arc4 to undertake the survey on our behalf, all information will remain confidential - the Trust will only see the results and not the raw data. Please complete the survey as soon as you receive it.

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