Social Housing definition

Social Housing has the meaning attributed to it in Section 68 of the HRA 2008;
Social Housing means low cost rental accommodation as defined by section 68(1)(a) of the Housing and Regeneration Act 2008;
Social Housing means low cost rental accommodation as defined by section 68(1)(a) of the Housing and Regeneration Xxx 0000;

Examples of Social Housing in a sentence

  • Does the proposed development include affordable housing which qualifies for mandatory or discretionary Social Housing relief?Yes NoIf you answered 'Yes' to either a) or b), please note that you will need to complete 'CILForm 10: Charitable and/or Social Housing Relief Claim'.

  • In England, the RSH also require board members to have regard to their Accounting Direction for Private Registered Providers of Social Housing 2019, published in February 2019 under section 127 of the Housing and Regeneration Act 2008.

  • The Forum has acted as a catalyst for building collective support for ongoing Strategies including Energy Efficient Scotland: Area Based Schemes (EES:ABS) and Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing (EESSH) 1 & 2, with upcoming funding opportunities being discussed proactively.

  • The Group has been notified by the Trustee of the Social Housing Pension Scheme that it has performed a review of the changes made to the Scheme’s benefits over the years and the result is that there is some uncertainty surrounding these changes.

  • The Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing (EESSH) aims to improve the energy efficiency of social housing in Scotland.


More Definitions of Social Housing

Social Housing means rental housing:
Social Housing means home ownership and rental programs that subsidize the purchase, construction, renovation or rental of residential housing for individuals in need of housing assistance.
Social Housing means public housing and community housing;
Social Housing means accommodation provided to a person by virtue of a relevant provision.
Social Housing means a rental or co-operative housing option for low to medium income households at a level of scale and built form which requires institutionalised management and which is provided by social housing institutions or other delivery agents in approved projects in designated restructuring zones with the benefit of public funding as contemplated in this Act; . . .’
Social Housing means public programs provided for the construction, acquisition, renovation or rental of housing for households in need;
Social Housing means Housing, the administration of which was on April 1, 2019 within a "Program" in Schedule C to Social Housing Agreement (SHA) between CMHC and BC HOUSING dated June 19, 2006 and is still within a "Program" in Schedule C to the SHA at the times of the commitment and use of the CMHC Funding for it. However, Housing that was, or is ONLY within any of the following is excluded: "Program No. 2: Rent Supplement Program Excluding Projects in Schedule L"; "Program No. 3: Rent Supplement Program for Projects in Schedule L"; "Program No. 7: Rural and Native Homeownership Program"; a rent supplement or similar component of "Program No. 8: Provincial Homeless Initiative"; a rent supplement or similar component of "Program No. 9: Provincial Rental Housing Program (Homes BC)"; a rent supplement or similar component of "Program No. 10: Independent Living British Columbia (ILBC)"; Program No. 11: Shelter Aid for Elderly Renters (SAFER)"; "Program No. 12: Rental Assistance Program (RAP)" ("Eligible Existing Social Housing") and includes any Unit in Housing under this Agreement intended to replace a Unit of Existing Social Housing.