Cambridge sub-Regional Housing Board (CRHB)

Cambridge sub-regional housing board (CRHB) acts in partnership, working together to share learning and experiences across our housing market area to:

  • deliver new homes which support economic success
  • enable better health and wellbeing through housing, affordable housing and housing-related support
  • create mixed, balanced, sustainable and cohesive communities
  • improve standards in existing homes and encourage best use of all housing stock
  • extend housing choice and meet housing need
  • prevent and tackle homelessness
  • promote the benefits good partnership working can bring to housing-related issues

Download the CRHB terms of reference [PDF].


Each of these organisations and interest groups has a representative on CRHB. The chair is appointed from the local authority housing representatives.


Future meetings

Meetings are usually held from 9.30am to 12.30pm unless stated otherwise.

To help the process of scheduling CRHB and other meetings this year planner for 2014 [PDF, 156kB] (updated May 2014) shows dates of housing-related meetings. Please use this when setting meeting dates which need to coordinate with CRHBs. More dates will be added to the planner as they are confirmed.

Agendas, papers and minutes of previous meetings

Older documents are available on request.

Publications and documents

Part of the role of the CRHB is to investigate issues and create action plans to tackle the most pressing needs across the housing sub-region. These reports and documents are now accessible at Cambridgeshire Insight


The Cambridge sub-Regional Housing Board is a meeting for council officers and partner agencies only.

If you have any questions, contact Sue Beecroft, sub-regional housing strategy co-ordinator at or on 07715 200 730.


Contact us

  • 01223 457000

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