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Accessible social housing - A review of systems for assessment recording and matching

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  • Release date: 29 July 2013
Accessible Housing Registers are one way in which social landlords can identify accessible and adapted social rented properties and match them with the needs and choices of disabled people.

The aims of this research were to:

  • to ascertain the extent to which Accessible Housing Registers (and other matching systems) are used by social landlords in Wales
  • to ascertain the benefits of these registers for disabled people who are trying to obtain suitable housing
  • to identify any benefits for social landlords - and local authorities in their strategic role - from the registers.

The research was carried out between July 2012 and December 2012.

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