Armed Forces: Housing

Ministry of Defence written question – answered at on 13 May 2024.

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Photo of James Cartlidge James Cartlidge The Minister of State, Ministry of Defence

Currently, 96% of Service Family Accommodation (SFA) meets or exceeds the Government’s Decent Homes Standard.

The Defence Command Paper Refresh 2023 committed an investment of £400M for SFA over two years. In 2023/24, the Ministry of Defence allocated and spent £220 million to implement damp and mould remediation in approximately 4,000 homes, refurbished c1,000 long term empty homes, provided 3,000 homes with replacement windows and doors, 1,000 homes with replacement kitchens and bathrooms, and upgraded heaters and boilers in 1,500 homes.

In 2024/25, £180 million is allocated to improve insulation in c600 homes, implement c1,000 long-term damp and mould remediations and refurbish 200 long-term empty homes. 1,700 minor damp and mould improvement packages are planned, and 30 more homes will receive upgraded heating solutions.

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