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Housing need and demand assessment / household survey 2019

Description
We have a statutory responsibility to prepare housing and planning policies, which involves an understanding of the requirements of local communities. An update to our housing evidence base is now needed, and we will be collecthing this through a household survey.

Housing Options Service Trafford

Description
Contact details for the Housing Options Service Trafford team at Trafford Council

Housing Policies, Strategies & Data

Description
The way in which our services are run and developed - and the way decisions are made - are guided by a number of housing policy and strategy documents.

Housing standards

Description
Information on the housing standards in Trafford

Housing strategy

Description
Our Housing Strategy has been developed to identify the key housing priorities for the borough and the measures required to deliver them by the Council and other key public and private stakeholders.

How apprenticeships can add value to your business

Description
An apprenticeship is a real job with training that allows individuals to gain valuable skills and qualifications whilst at work.

How are apprenticeships funded?

Description
Apprenticeship funding has changed. The Apprenticeship Levy came into effect in April 2017, and means the amount of funding organisations receives will vary depending on the size of your company's payroll (PAYE).

How does this work?

Description
How to nominate someone for a Queen's Honour.

How early education is funded

Description
Information for early education providers about the funding rates paid for delivering free places for 2, 3 and 4 year old children.

How other people in your home affect your claim

Description
A non-dependant is a person aged 18 or over who lives in your home, or is using your home as their main home on a non-commercial basis. For example, an adult son, daughter, relative or friend can be a non-dependant.

How the early education scheme works

Description
Information for childcare and early education providers about how the early education scheme works.

How to apply for 30 hours free childcare

Description
How to apply for 30 hours free childcare for working parents of 3 and 4 year old children.

How to claim benefits

Description
Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit are national welfare benefits which help people on a low income. Housing Benefit is paid to people with a low income who pay rent. Council Tax Benefit is paid to people with a low income who pay Council Tax.

How to employ an apprentice

Description
Trafford Council's information on how to recruit an apprentice.

How to join the library

Description
How to join a library in Trafford

How to open a basic bank account

Description
Basic bank accounts are easy to use accounts that have the basic features of a Current Account. You can withdraw cash at the counter and at cash machines, you may be able to set up direct debits but you cannot have an overdraft or cheque book. If you have been unable to open a current account perhaps due to a poor credit history you maybe able to open a basic bank account. All the major banks and building societies operate them and most let you use the Post Office to get your money.

How to pay

Description
How to pay your Trafford Council Business Rates.

How to pay

Description
The different payment methods available to you to pay your Council Tax

Hullard Park

Description
Hullard Park can be found on Northumberland Road in Old Trafford. The park neighbours Seymour Park and is 4.03 hectares in size.

Humphrey Park Allotments

Description
The web page for Humphrey Park Allotments, Trafford. Large parts of the Borough, from Timperley to Carrington, have a long tradition of allotment growing - producing fruit, vegetables, plants and flowers. For further information about locations of Trafford allotments or any other allotment enquiries email allotments@trafford.gov.uk.
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