Dwellings acquired for permanent housing and for temporary housing

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Dear Haringey Borough Council,

ONE: How many dwellings have been purchased by the Council to provide permanent council rented housing in each of the last three years from the following sources:

(1) Ex-RTB homes on council estates
(2) S106 homes on new build developments
(3) Other market properties

Please state the number of bedrooms in each case, for each year.

Please state how many of these properties have been let as Social Rent and Affordable Rent in each case, for each year (or with other rent regime, in which case, please provide details).

Please do not include any properties which have been purchased with the intention to demolish/redevelop.

TWO: How many dwellings have been purchased by the Council to provide housing for temporary accommodation in each of the last three years from the following sources:

(1) Ex-RTB homes on council estates
(2) S106 homes on new build developments
(3) Other market properties

Please state the number of bedrooms in each case, for each year.

Please state the rent regime for these properties by number, in each bedroom size in each year: i.e. Social Rent, or London Affordable Rent, or Local Housing Allowance, etc.

With thanks.

Yours faithfully,

Paul Burnham

Haringey Borough Council

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From: Paul Burnham
Sent: Monday, January 11, 2021 5:15 PM
To: FOI
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Dwellings acquired for permanent
housing and for temporary housing

 

Dear Haringey Borough Council,

ONE: How many dwellings have been purchased by the Council to provide
permanent council rented housing in each of the last three years from the
following sources:

(1) Ex-RTB homes on council estates
(2) S106 homes on new build developments
(3) Other market properties

Please state the number of bedrooms in each case, for each year.

Please state how many of these properties have been let as Social Rent and
Affordable Rent in each case, for each year (or with other rent regime, in
which case, please provide details).

Please do not include any properties which have been purchased with the
intention to demolish/redevelop.

TWO: How many dwellings have been purchased by the Council to provide
housing for temporary accommodation in each of the last three years from
the following sources:

(1)     Ex-RTB homes on council estates
(2)     S106 homes on new build developments
(3)     Other market properties

Please state the number of bedrooms in each case, for each year.

Please state the rent regime for these properties by number, in each
bedroom size in each year: i.e. Social Rent, or London Affordable Rent, or
Local Housing Allowance, etc.

With thanks.

Yours faithfully,

Paul Burnham

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We will send the response by 08 February 2021

Morrison Karen, Haringey Borough Council

Sent on behalf of Robbie Erbmann

AD - Housing

Dear Mr Burnham,

Re: Freedom of Information Act Request ref: LBH/10650721

Thank you for your request for information received on 11 January 2021, in
which you asked for the following:

ONE: How many dwellings have been purchased by the Council to provide
permanent council rented housing in each of the last three years from the
following sources:

(1)   Ex-RTB homes on council estates

(2)   s106 homes on new build developments

(3)   Other market properties

TWO: How many dwellings have been purchased by the Council to provide
housing for temporary accommodation in each of the last three years from
the following sources:

(1)   Ex-RTB homes on council estates

(2)   s106 homes on new build developments

(3)   Other market properties

For each part, you asked for the number of bedrooms in each case, for each
year, and the rent regime for these properties by number, in each bedroom
size in each year:

My response is as follows:

The tables below do not include properties leased to the Council on short
term leases or properties which have been purchased with the intention to
demolish / redevelop.

The years stated are for the year of purchase which may differ from the
year they are completed or let by the Council.

Properties have been listed by their original use, or (for properties yet
to be handed over to the Council, their intended use at this time.

ONE: Dwellings purchased by the Council to provide permanent council
rented housing in each of the last three years from the following sources:

(1)     Ex-RTB homes on council estates

 

Year of purchase 1 bedroom 2 bedrooms 3 bedrooms 4 bedrooms All
2018 - 2 2 -  23
2019 - - - - 193
2020 - - - - 113
Total - 2 2 - 329

All these purchases were (or will be) let at formula rent. 

(2)   s106 homes on new build developments

 

Year of purchase 1 bedroom 2 bedrooms 3 bedrooms 4 bedrooms All
2018 14 6 3  - 23
2019 53 103 34 3 193
2020 45 39 28 1 113
Total 112 148 65 4 329

All these purchases were (or will be) let at formula rent. 

 

(2)     Other market properties

 

None

 

TWO:     Dwellings purchased by the Council to provide housing for
temporary accommodation in each of the last three years from the following
sources:

 

(1)     Ex-RTB homes on council estates

 

Year of purchase 1 bedroom 2 bedrooms 3 bedrooms 4 bedrooms All
2018 5 10 10 -  25
2019 1 6 6 - 13
2020 - - - - -
Total 6 16 16 - 38

All these purchases were (or will be) let at formula rent. 

(2)    s106 homes on new build developments

 

       None

 

(3)   Other market properties

 

Year of purchase 1 bedroom 2 bedrooms 3 bedrooms 4 bedrooms All
2018 -  -  -  -  -
2019 -  -  -  - -
2020 21 - - - -
Total 21 - - - 21

These homes will be let at formular rent plus 10%.

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Kind Regards

Karen Morrison

Programme Officer

Housing Strategy and Commissioning

 

 

Haringey Council

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Dear Karen,

Thank you for a very informative reply.

Yours sincerely,

Paul Burnham