Housing has always been a problem in Bristol. Thousands of people are on the council’s waiting list for homes, tenants are evicted with limited notice and struggle to find alternative accomodation that is affordable, tenants report concerns about the maintenance and upkeep of rented properties  and young people and families are struggling more than ever to afford Bristol’s increasing property and rent prices. We’ve also seen increasing numbers of street homeless, particularly in our city centre.

I want to do what I can to help improve Housing in Bristol. Not just to support the council in the building of new homes but to support Bills in Parliament that protect tenants rights to a habital home.

Housing in Bristol North West has always been the top local issue people ask for my help with.  That’s why I’ve been working hard at improving housing from the very beginning of my time as your MP.

You can read my latest Housing and Development update here: Bristol North West Transport and Housing Plan (1)

You can take part in my Housing Survey and read the latest updates below.

Housing Survey

Housing Survey is now live for constituents  to share their views and experiences of housing in Bristol North West. The feedback given will help to shape my future work on housing.

My work on housing:

 I have also supported more than 680 constituents with housing-related enquiries.