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Opinions sought on £350m budget
Residents have been asked how they want to spend a £350m housing budget.

The online survey has been launched by the South West Regional Assembly (SWRA) in its role as regional housing body.

The current budget is split four ways, with 76% for affordable housing and 17% being spent on improving private sector homes for vulnerable people.

Around 5% of the 2006-2008 budget is being used to meet the government's Decent Homes Target while the remainder is a gypsy and traveller site grant.

The results will be used to make recommendations to the government on how the budget for 2008-2011 should be spent.

People have until 20 April to complete the survey.




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