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 All   Almshouse InformationAlmshouses are charitable housing provided to enable people (typically elderly people who can no longer work to earn enough to pay rent) to live in a particular community. They are often targeted at the poor of a locality, at those from certain forms of previous employment, or their widows, and are generally maintained by a charity or the trustees of a bequest. Commercial InformationAny 'for profit' subsidiary or associate of a 'not for profit' Housing Association or Registered Provider. Normally applies to housing construction, sale and lease and housing rental at market rates. Letting/Hostel InformationA combination of Hostel and Letting accommodation. Social Enterprise InformationA social enterprise is a business that trades for a social and/or environmental purpose.
ALMO InformationAn Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO) is a company set up by a local authority to manage and improve all or part of its housing stock. Co-Operative InformationCo-operatives are communities where members own their own homes but share resources and support. Cooperatives may be formed or supported by a Housing Association. Letting InformationLetting Housing Associations have homes that are let out for a nominal fee depending upon the size of the house. Stock Transfer InformationLocal Authority housing stock which has been transferred to a housing association to obtain finance so that the government's Decent Homes Standard for their housing stock can be met by 2010.
Care and Support InformationCare and support is usually referred to as social care. This support is provided by a range of services, including support to live independently, benefits for disabled people, practical support such as meals on wheels, day centres and care homes, home adaptations and adjustments and other housing support. Services are also available to provide support for carers. Co-Own/HomeBuy InformationCo-Own/HomeBuy offers a distinctive choice to people who cannot, or do not, want to obtain a house in other ways and provides the opportunity for involvement in the community of which they are part. Local Authority InformationWhere the Local Authority is stock holding i.e. has not carried out a Stock Transfer or formed an ALMO or TMO. TMO InformationA Tenant Management Organisation is a means by which council tenants and leaseholders can collectively take on responsibility for managing their homes.
Care Homes InformationCare Homes are for elderly people to live in so they can be delivered a standard of individual care and where they feel secure and a part of a small community. Hostel InformationHostel accommodation managed on behalf of a registered Housing Association or by another voluntary body and funded with a limited Housing Association Grant or with private finance. RP (for profit) InformationUnder provisions of the Housing and Regeneration Act 2008, Registered Providers of Social Housing will replace Registered Social Landlords in England (not Wales). Profit-making Registered Providers will now be permitted. These will be subject to the same standards and address the same housing priorities as non-profit Registered Providers. Profit-making registered providers will be able to claim the Stamp Duty Land Tax relief for acquisitions by Registered Social Landlords where the acquisition is assisted by public subsidy. YMCA InformationYoung Men's Christian Association, a non- profit organisation one of the largest providers of safe, secure and affordable supported housing for young people in England.
Charity InformationCharitable organisations based in England and Wales with income over £5,000 a year registered with the Charity Commission. IP Society InformationAn industrial and provident society is an organisation conducting an industry, business or trade, either as a co-operative or for the benefit of the community, and is registered under the Industrial and Provident Societies Act 1965. Sale or Lease InformationSale or Lease Housing Organisations hold homes for the purpose of disposal for sale or on lease.
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