Bedfordshire Black and Minority Ethnic Accommodation Needs Stud

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his report outlines the results of a two year’s study to assess the housing and related needs of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities in Bedfordshire. 1. The research aimed to: • Identify communities and raise awareness amongst them of the services provided by housing associations and local authorities, and how to access those services; • Identify unmet housing needs, and projections of future housing needs (including social renting) within these communities and preferences for meeting them; • Work with communities to enable them to articulate preferences and needs; • Review and develop strategies for greater involvement in service provision; • Identify other benefits for the communities both from taking part in the process and from working with funders to meet identified housing need.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherAragon Housing Association
Number of pages195
Publication statusPublished - 2002

Bibliographical note

Report of two year research study part of a series of landmark "race" and housing reports.


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