We want all our people to live in the right homes, in great places, with access to any support services they need. Our Local Housing Strategy (LHS) tells you how we hope to achieve this ambition.
We have made every attempt to ensure that the documents on this page are fully accessible. However, if you require a printed version, please email the Tenant Participation Team or call 01294 324869.
Local Housing Strategy 2018-2022
Our Local Housing Strategy 2018-22 (PDF, 813kb) was developed through a process of research and consultation, and is supported by research papers:
Draft Local Housing Strategy 2023-2028
The Council’s draft Local Housing Strategy 2023-2028 (PDF, 1.12mb) is now available for local people and interested parties to view and comment upon.
You can provide feedback until 20 January 2023.
The strategy covers issues including:
- independent living
- rural housing
- private sector housing
It also sets the targets for the supply of housing for the next five years. A full explanation of how our housing supply targets (PDF, 450kb) were set is available.
Please email the Affordable Housing Team or telephone 01294 324031 if you require any additional information or assistance.
Housing Need & Demand Assessment
Housing Need & Demand Assessments must be assessed by the Scottish Government and, to be valid, designated as 'robust and credible'. This is the foundation on which all Local Housing Strategies are built. Find the most recent assessment below:
North Ayrshire Housing Need and Demand Assessment 2020 (PDF 2.23mb)
Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP)
Our Strategic Housing Investment Plan (often called 'the SHIP') sets out the affordable housing investment priorities within North Ayrshire to help achieve the strategic outcomes in the Local Housing Strategy. This is reviewed annually and you can find the most recent Plan below:
Strategic Housing Investment Plan 2022 - 2027 (PDF, 4mb)
Statement of Intent
The Council is committed to attracting funding for the benefit of local residents.
The Statement of Intent (PDF, 157kb) outlines how the Council intends to access funding through the Energy Company Obligation (ECO), Flexible Eligibility mechanism.