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Activities and structures of registered housing associations.

Activities and structures of registered housing associations.

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Published by Housing Corporation in London .
Written in English


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Circular Number HC 34/86.

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The provisions of this Statement of Recommended Practice (“SORP”) are applicable for accounting This SORP requires that where the activities of registered almshouses and abbeyfield societies are not including housing associations, trusts, co- ops and housing File Size: KB. Registered housing associations first came into being in Today there are 20 associations which include the Northern Ireland Co-ownership Housing Association. The Department is the regulator of registered housing associations. Registered housing associations: provide rented accommodation. specialise in accommodation for special needs .

Housing associations are classified by the property industry as “registered social landlords”, along with YMCA hostels and housing co-operatives. Accommodation owned by housing associations is known as “social housing”, a loose term which incorporates government-owned council housing and other affordable accommodation. Housing associations across the UK have been amongst the first organisations in the UK to adopt renewable energy. Technologies have been installed on several new and existing housing stock projects over the last few years. It allows the housing association to.

To assist with the development and management of its activities, Apex operates through a group structure: Apex Housing Association Limited – parent housing association registered with the Department for Social Development. It has charitable status. For example, small almshouses may or may not use a Housing Association as their managing agent. In the former case, it is likely to be appropriate to allow them to adopt the Housing Association SORP. We suggest that the SORP Working Party considers further the extent to which a choice can be permitted of which SORP to adopt.


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Details. A Freedom of Information request for a list of housing associations that have de-registered in .It quotes from The Housing Corporation Capital Funding guide: Repairs Book Chapter 6 Minor and Miscellaneous works, section which sets out the position on arrangements for housing association tenants and the provision of adaptations: ‘It is expected that housing associations build into their business plans the funding of adaptations as.South Yorkshire Housing Association Limited (SYHA) is a charitable co-operative and community benefit society, a registered provider and the parent of the group.

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