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Long term empties become new homes Bristol


At the beginning of June renovation works were completed on a long-term empty property. This home had been empty for over 10 years, progressively falling into poor repair and with a garden becoming a jungle of brambles. For some years the property had been causing a nuisance to neighbours and attracting anti-social behaviour.

After negotiations the owner voluntarily sold the property to Bristol City Council rather than having it compulsorily purchased. It was then sold on to Jephson Housing Association who, with the city councilís support, had secured Empty Homes Funding from the Home and Communities Agency to fund the purchase and renovation of the property.

This has now created a much needed family home.

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In South Gloucestershire 181 empty properties were returned to use in 2012/13!
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