Housing association and market rents in England
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Published by Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge in Cambridge .
Written in English


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StatementRussell Chaplin, Simon Martin and Christine Whitehead.
SeriesDiscussion paper -- no.48
ContributionsMartin, Simon., Whitehead, Christine.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15187910M
ISBN 101857570294
OCLC/WorldCa84642467

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Housing associations, private finance and market re n t s The ethos of developing associations has changed - because of falling grant rates and the introduction of private finance - to one which places far more emphasis on financial surpluses and thus increasing rents. Existing tenants are t h e re f o r e subsidising new development. Most rents charged by councils or housing associations are called social rents. Social rents are usually lower than rents for similar private rented properties. Council and housing association landlords can also charge up to 80% of market rents on some of their homes, usually new-build properties. This is called affordable rent.   s Housing Act , as amended by Housing Act s(1A) and (1B) Housing Act , as inserted by s Localism Act [11] Appendix 1: Detailed information on calculating formula rents, Rent standard guidance, HCA, April cl Regulatory Code for Housing Associations Registered in Wales, Welsh Government, Housing association rents are higher than what councils charge. The average weekly rent for council housing across England was about £87 in / That figure includes both social rents and the higher affordable rents.

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The rents that can be charged on social rent units are calculated in accordance with the guidance at levels below market rents. In order to ensure that they are affordable to those in housing need who cannot afford to access market or intermediate tenure housing, the levels vary from one region to . Mid-market rent homes are available to people who are working and earning between £21, and £40, They offer alternative affordable housing for those on a modest income and who may not qualify for social housing, be able to buy their own home or afford full-market rent. rents. Background on social housing rent policy Government policy on social housing rents seeks to achieve the right balance between several objectives: protecting tenants protecting taxpayers (by limiting the welfare costs associated with social housing rents). Around 75% of market stock owned or managed by housing associations is general needs housing, which is primarily social rental accommodation. Though the housing association sector is diverse, with over 1, UK associations varying in size from under 10 homes to more t, over 95% of homes are managed by the top housing associations.