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This is referred to as the removal of the spare room subsidy. This toolkit contains background information about the removal of the subsidy. It also contains a range of supporting materials that can be used to explain the changes to claimants, and the options available for managing any rent shortfall.
You can use these materials in your own communications. From April Housing Benefit is based on the of people in the household and the size of the accommodation. This applies to all working-age tenants renting from a local authority, housing association or other registered social landlord.
The rules were announced in the Welfare Reform Act People who have recently suffered a bereavement in their household may also be entitled to additional bedrooms. This means those tenants whose accommodation is larger than they need may lose part of their Housing Benefit.
Housing Benefit claimants need to know how this change affects their benefit. There are a range of options that claimants can consider, including:. If there are other non-dependants living in the accommodation, the excess rent may be covered through new or increased contributions. Claimants may be able to move to more appropriately sized social rented accommodation with the help of their landlord. Alternatively, they may choose to look at privately rented property to find the right sized accommodation for their household. For further information, claimants can talk to their local authority or housing association.
It summarises the information provided by local authorities, when they applied for additional Discretionary Housing Payment funding. Factsheets for you to use in your own communications to help claimants understand the changes and consider their options more thoroughly. You can add local contact details, local housing contacts and other advice appropriate for your area. These products provide core material for your own communications. Clarified that the existing rules allow for one bedroom for each member of a couple, if they cannot share because of a disability or medical condition.
Removed link to Chartered Institute of Housing survey as the survey has now closed. Published link to Chartered Institute of Housing survey on housing mobility. Published the Removal of the Spare Room Subsidy: good practice guide. Added YouTube video highlighting the recent changes to the rules for Housing Benefit for working age people living in social housing. Added a link to other videos under 'Communications products' including a case study on the use of the homeswapping scheme.
Updated with the latest information about changes to Housing Benefit.
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Accept additional cookies Reject additional cookies View cookies. Hide this message. Home Welfare Welfare reform. Collection Local authorities and advisers: removal of the spare room subsidy. Background From April Housing Benefit is based on the of people in the household and the size of the accommodation. How you can help support those affected Housing Benefit claimants need to know how this change affects their benefit. Having other adults in the household contribute more If there are other non-dependants living in the accommodation, the excess rent may be covered through new or increased contributions.
Moving home Claimants may be able to move to more appropriately sized social rented accommodation with the help of their landlord. Letter to claimants affected by removal of the spare room subsidy 18 December Guidance Help with changes to Housing Benefit — advert for print 18 December Promotional material Help with changes to Housing Benefit — editorial content 18 December Guidance. Housing Benefit: Under occupation of social housing impact assessment 9 August Impact assessment.
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