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New Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Assessment 2022


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  • Are you a Gypsy, Travelling Show person or Traveller?
  • Do you live in, or stop off in Conwy?
  • Do you find it hard to find the right places to live or stop off in Conwy?

If the answer is yes then please contact ORS (who are doing the work for the Council) to take part in the new survey to help us assess your needs.

The Council has to carry out a new Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Assessment (GTAA) to assess the current and future accommodation needs of Gypsy, Travelling Show People and Traveller families in Conwy. This study once complete and approved by Welsh Government will replace the previous one approved in 2017. You can access a copy of the previous assessment below.

The Council is keen that anybody who identifies as a member of the Gypsy, Travelling Show People or Traveller community has the opportunity to take part in the study to ensure that their current and future accommodation needs are assessed. This is for both residential need and any need for sites for families travelling through Conwy. The invitation to take part in the survey applies equally to all members of the above communities whether currently in traditional caravan or trailer living or currently living in Bricks and Mortar accommodation.

If you would like to take part in the study, or if you know somebody who should be included in the survey then please contact the survey team:

Contact: Michael Bayliss
Phone: 07471 267095 or 01792 535300
EmailMichael.Bayliss@ors.org.uk

 

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