This is list shows the topics and resources tagged using 'HCA'.
- Phase 2: Care and Support Specialised Housing Fund (CASSH)Resource - Added on
Administered by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) and the Greater London Authority (GLA) in London, Phase 2 of the Department of Health's CASSH Fund was announced in February 2015 at the Housing LIN annual conference.
£115 million over three years has been set aside to improve the range of housing choices for disabled and older people, including a greater tenure diversity and to support the construction of a small number of housing projects for people with mental health problems or learning disabilities.
- Non-mainstream housing design guidanceResource - Added on
This provides an overview and summary of existing published design guides and covers housing for a wide range of specific needs.
The Homes and Communities Agency commissioned Levitt Bernstein and PRP Architects to undertake the research and it was published in January 2012.
- Affordable Homes ProgrammeResource - Added on
The Affordable Homes Programme 2011-15 (AHP) aims to increase the supply of new affordable homes in England.
During 2011-15, the Homes and Communities Agency will invest £4.
- Financial benefits of investment in specialist housing for vulnerable and older peopleResource - Added on
This report recommends that the HCA should continue to prioritise investment in specialist housing provision, to include making the best value of existing stock.
In addition, it states that the needs of vulnerable and older people should be embedded in the Agency's Local Investment Planning process and that older and vulnerable people should be considered contributors to, and customers of initiatives and programmes outside of specialist schemes.
- Affordable Housing SurveyResource - Added on
A survey published by the Homes and Communities Agency to establish an understanding of the quality of affordable housing schemes delivered prior to the introduction of Building for Life in 2007 to enable the impact of introducing the new standard to be evaluated in the future.
The survey highlights the factors that have enabled RSLs and their market developer partners to achieve excellence.