Social housing crisis not being addressed
WE IN Plymouth, are witnessing an increasing number of Food Banks, savage cuts are continuing regarding benefits, and the most vulnerable in our society are having their security and peace of mind jeopardised.
I wonder if the leader of our transparent council would care to comment on the following? When is the crisis in social housing going to be addressed? There are over 17,000 on the waiting list, and last week there were six hundred applications for five vacant homes, homeless hostels are full and rough sleeping is increasing.
Applicants for social housing are advised to approach the private sector.
I note that Tudor is going to tax the rich! By this, does he mean the 34,000 university students who receive benefits, priority housing and preference for part time work, and who, as well as their landlords pay no council tax at all. If Tudor's partner, the university pumps so much money into the local economy, why is the city nothing more than a crumbling and dirty artifact of the past, with the only renovation of the city at every compass point being for the benefit of the university.
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Finally, may I point out that Plymouth remains a Garrison city and not a university city and that is going to take more than twelve handcarts on the Hoe selling arty type tat to make us into a city of culture.