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HAPPI - Housing our Ageing Population: Panel for Innovation South East London Housing Partnership Innovative Housing Provision for older people. James Berrington – Senior Strategy Manager. 13 October 2010. HCA delivering housing for older people with you – a lot to be proud of.

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HAPPI - Housing our Ageing Population: Panel for Innovation South East London Housing PartnershipInnovative Housing Provision for older people

James Berrington – Senior Strategy Manager

13 October 2010

hca delivering housing for older people with you a lot to be proud of
HCA delivering housing for older people with you – a lot to be proud of

National Affordable Housing Programme 2008-11

  • £513m+ (8,600 + units)
  • Joint investment with Dept Health

Private Finance Initiative

  • Over 1,100 potential new extra care units from PFI Round 6

Local authority new-build

  • Over £36m (570 + units)
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Commissioned by

HAPPI consultants

four key report questions
Four key report questions
  • Why is meeting older people’s housing needs a national priority?
  • What kind of housing will meet our needs as we grow older?
  • How can this housing be delivered?
  • Who can make it happen?

Objective

What further reform is required to ensure that new build and specialised housing meets the needs and aspirations of the older people of the future?

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2010

1950

1970

1990

older stock liability or asset
Future resident appeal?

If lettable now, will it remain so in 5 or 10 years time, as older people’s aspirations rise?

What to do with the building?

Re-model existing building? (but is this cost-effective?)

Demolish and build new? (If so what should replace the old? Is the site big enough to achieve economies of scale and scheme viability?)

Sell?

Part of broad asset strategy?

Are other sites more suitable for new housing for older people

Is the existing sheltered suitable for other groups? (students, key workers?)

Is the existing sheltered housing site better suited to new general needs housing?

Older stock – liability or asset?