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- contentWhere does the law define “specified accommodation”?
- contentWhat is the history of specified accommodation?
- contentWhat is the benefit cap?
- contentWhat is supported accommodation?
- contentWhat is floating support?
- contentWhat are the LHA and Local Reference Rent?
- contentWhat are the benefit limits from which specified accommodation is exempt?
- contentShow me some examples of supported accommodation schemes
- contentWhat is specified accommodation?
- contentWhat are the advantages of specified accommodation?
- contentWhat is the Maximum Rent (Social Sector) i.e. Bedroom Tax
- contentWhat is the Universal Credit housing element?
- contentWhat is a care home and how do people get help with care home charges?
- contentCan you give me examples of what is specified accommodation?
Can you give me examples of what is not specified accommodation?
|Types of accommodation||Reason why it is not specified accommodation|
|“Staying put” placement: young adult who was previously fostered and has remained in the foster carer’s home as a supported lodger. The local authority pays the landlord/foster carer a fee for providing continuing support but there is a private lodging agreement between the landlord and the young adult for accommodation and food|
|Sheltered housing provided by a Scottish local authority. Tenants are people aged 55+ and have their own flats with separate Council Tax banding; no meals are provided and there is no shared kitchen. But there is a communal day lounge and there is a warden on site|
|The accommodation is a house owned by a registered housing association where the tenant has lived for many years. She has been in poor health recently and is currently provided with home care several times a week, commissioned by the local authority|