Shared Ownership 21 Towards a fourth mainstream tenure taking stock

It’s now almost two years since Orbit and the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) published the influential Shared Ownership 2.0 – Towards a Fourth Mainstream Tenure report. We argued that with the right policy interventions we could double the number of new shared ownership homes from 15,000 to 30,000 a year by 2021, and in […]

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Shared Ownership 20 Towards a fourth mainstream tenure

This report explores the barriers, challenges and policy solutions across the product, brand, and investor and lender confidence to make shared ownership a mainstream tenure and an option for many more people. We have analysed a wealth of data, spoken to current and possible future customers and sought the views of key national stakeholders. Achieving […]

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New approaches to housing for older people

This briefing, the latest in our ‘new approaches’ series looks at housing for older people and how housing organisations can respond to housing demand and the needs and aspirations of older people. This publication has been developed with the support of the Housing LIN and is divided into three sections: – Why think about housing […]

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A Guide to Making Complaints for Sheltered Housing Residents

Sheltered housing includes a range of different models of accommodation and support. The changing and increasing expectations of older people, and the age and nature of some sheltered housing, mean that those models need to be able to adapt to different requirements. At the same time, different ways of funding the support that is included […]

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Housing Health and Care

This new policy and practice report from the Chartered Institute of Housing, and supported by the Housing LIN, is essential reading for policy makers, commissioners and providers alike. It gives a comprehensive tour of latest government policies and examples of leadership and how some locally economies have risen to the challenge of transforming their services, […]

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