We want to help more people with a learning disability to find the right home and environment to live the life they choose.
By sharing our knowledge and expertise with local authorities and organisations we work together on the strategy to meet people’s needs and can also provide housing options.
Royal Borough of Greenwich
Golden Lane Housing is helping the Royal Borough of Greenwich to look at the housing needs for people with a learning disability.
Work began in late 2016 to develop a housing strategy, and by late March there will be a clear plan of how this will become real life – whether it’s improving a person’s home, finding a new place to live or making long term plans with families and carers.
Through involving others, we are listening to everyone who can help us. We want to make sure people with a learning disability have choices about where they want to live, good quality accommodation-based services and the right amount of housing within the borough.
Take part in our survey
This is a survey for people with a learning disability, families and other voluntary groups on the key points we think should be in the learning disability housing strategy for Greenwich. We want to get your views and to make sure we get it right. Please complete the survey by Friday 21 April 2017.
For more information
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