Funding & Property
Funding & Property for Supported Housing
Support Solutions has a lengthy record of success in securing revenue for nonprofit providers of housing support and social care.
More recently we have become involved in brokering private capital investment for new and existing supported housing, acquiring property and/or land for supported housing and ensuring it has sufficient levels of revenue going forward.
Do you need property and/or capital and viable revenue?
The UK Government has often said it wants to see the development of much more supported housing, especially for people with enduring and/or complex needs. It hasn't, however, committed to public capital investment in order to fund it. Instead it's had a dialogue with pension funds and others around capital investment for supported housing.
Support Solutions has the relationships with the housing associations, charities, nonprofits and private agencies that provide services to people with additional needs. We know the capital funders. We can identify, acquire and develop property and land for supported housing use. We undertake "rent tests" to ensure that it's viable as supported housing.
Non-housing association providers then typically operate the supported housing on the basis of a Management Agreement with a specialist housing association.
As a provider organisation you're not charged for anything. This should also be of interest to NHS, social care and other commissioners of services for people with additional needs, especially where such needs are complex and/or enduring.
For more information please call our office and ask to speak to Michael Patterson or Danny Key.
Responding to the DWP Consultation: Housing Benefit Reform - Supported Housing "I thought this briefing was very good and very useful. The presentation was clear, well argued and I always find Michael gives me food for thought even if I don't agree with everything he says. I really like the way he facilitates a discussion in the room and I learn as much from other participants as I do from the presenter which is always good. Right length, right tone." R.P. - Richmond Fellowship