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Specified and Exempt
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Which models of supported housing are:
1. Specified Accommodation which is also
Exempt Accommodation
2. Specified Accommodation which is not
also Exempt Accommodation
3. Neither Specified not Exempt
Accommodation
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Specified Accommodation which is
also Exempt accommodation
Gives protection from
• Universal Credit Housing Costs – clients
will get Housing Benefit instead
• Benefit Cap. Housing costs will not count
towards it
• Social Sector Size criteria
• Restriction of rent for Housing Benefit
purposes regardless of whether the
landlord is a Registered Provider
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2
Project which previously received a
Resettlement Grant
Government previously ran building as a Resettlement Unit
Pre-1990s
Department of Social
Security Owned
In the early 90s the Government handed them over to a provider
or closed them down and commissioned a replacement from a
provider. The provider (or other providers affected) received a
Resettlement Grant
1990s
Housing
Association
Owned
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3
Supported Housing (or Hostel or Refuge) - Where
Owner of Building is Also Care, Support or
Supervision Provider
Owner of the building including
(leaseholders) is a housing association, an
English upper-tier county council, a
registered charity or a not-for-profit
organisation
(not lower-tier/unitary council)
Care Support
or supervision
provided
(Possibly via
SP contract)
Owner of building is provider of support
(perhaps with SP contract
Client receives her support from Owner
of building
Client has tenancy agreement with Owner
of building
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Supported Housing - Where
Care, Support or Supervision Is Provided On
Behalf (but not by) the Owner of the Building
Owner of the building including
(leaseholders) is a housing
association, an English upper-tier
county council, a registered charity
or a not-for-profit organisation
(not lower-tier/unitary council)
Care Support or
supervision provided
(Possibly via SP
contract)
Owner of building commissions a
second agency to provide the
support on their behalf *
Second agency
commissioned by the
owner of the building
provides care, support or
supervision on behalf of
the owner of the building
to the client
Client receives her support from second
agency
Client has tenancy agreement with owner
of building (although it may be
administered by the second agency)
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Personalisation Model in Supported Housing
Owner of the building
including (leaseholders), a
housing association, an
English upper-tier county
council, a registered charity or
a not-for-profit organisation
(not lower-tier/unitary council)
Care Support or
supervision
funded directly to
the client so she
can choose
support provider
Owner of the building also
provides the care, support or
supervision to the client
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Client chooses to receives
her support from her
landlord
6
Specified Accommodation which is
not also Exempt Accommodation
Gives protection from:
• Universal Credit Housing Costs – clients
will get Housing Benefit instead
• Benefit Cap. Housing costs will not count
towards it
Does not give protection from:
• Social Sector Size criteria
• Restriction of rent for Housing Benefit.
Will depend if the landlord is a Registered
Provider
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(Local) Housing Authority
Owned Hostel
PROPERTY IS A HOSTEL
Owner of the accommodation is
the
Local Authority including lowertier/unitary
(with no leasehold to anyone
else)
Care Support or
supervision provided
(Possibly via SP
* contract)
Support is provided either by the
local authority or by a different
agency
Client’s Landlord is a Local Authority
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Refuge
If Owner of building is a
Housing Association
registered with HCA they
will probably be eligible
for full rent.
Same applies if they are
a local authority
Owner of the building
including (leaseholders)
is a housing
association,* an English
upper-tier county
council, a lower
tier/unitary council, a
registered charity or a
not-for-profit
organisation
If they are not registered
with HCA or are not a
council they may be
subject to LHA
Client’s landlord is a local authority, a
housing association, an English upper-tier
county council, a registered charity or a notfor-profit organisation
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PROPERTY IS A REFUGE
Building, or part of a building
is used wholly or mainly for
non-permanent
accommodation of persons
who have left their homes as
a result of domestic violence.
No requirement to provide
care, support or
supervision
Supported Housing (or Hostel) Where Owner of the
Building and Care, Support or Supervision Provider
Are Separate agencies. And no leasehold between
them exists
*
If Owner of
building is a
Housing
Association
registered with HCA
they will probably
be eligible for full
rent.
If they are not
registered with HCA
they may be
subject to LHA
Owner of the building is a housing
association, an English upper-tier
county council, a registered charity or
a not-for-profit organisation
(not lower-tier/unitary council)
No leasehold exists between them
and the support provider
Client receives her support from local
authority commissioned agency.
Client has tenancy agreement with owner
of building (although it may be
administered by the commissioned
agency)
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Core Support
or supervision
provided
(Possibly via
SP contract)
An agency other than the owner
of the building provides care,
support or supervision (possibly SP
contract). Agency providing support
has no leasehold agreement with
owner of building. Probably has a
Management or Support Agreement
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Personalisation Model in Supported Housing
Care Support or
supervision
funded directly
to the client so
she can choose
support provider
An agency other
than the owner of
the building
provides care,
support or
supervision
Owner of the building
including (leaseholders) is a
housing a housing
association, an English
upper-tier county council, a
registered charity or a not-forprofit organisation
(not lower-tier/unitary council)
Client chooses to receives her
support from an agency other
than her landlord
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If Owner of
building is a
Housing
Association
registered with
HCA they will
probably be
eligible for full
rent.
If they are not
registered with
HCA they may
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LHA
Accommodation which is not
Specified (nor Exempt)
accommodation”
No protection from
•
•
•
•
Universal Credit Housing Costs
Benefit Cap.
Social Sector Size criteria
Restriction of rent for Housing Benefit
purposes, Will depend whether landlord
is a Registered Provider
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Lower-Tier/Unitary Council Owned Supported Housing
Core Support
*
or supervision
provided
(Possibly via
SP contract)
PROPERTY IS
SELF-CONTAINED
SUPPORTED
HOUSING
Owner of the
accommodation is a
local authority
Client’s Landlord is
a local authority
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It doe not matter whether
care, support or
supervision is provided
by the local authority or
by a different agency
Privately Owned Accommodation
(including Supported Lodgings
*
Schemes)
PROPERTY IS
PRIVATELY
OWNED
There is no lease
to a not-for-profit
organisation
Clients has a
private landlord
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It does not matter
whether care, support
or supervision is
provided. Even if it has
been commissioned
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