Taxonomy of supported housing

Need
Need
Time
Time
Rights
Rights
100
100
50
50
100
100
50
50
B
B
C
C
Extra care housing (rente...
Extra care housing (leased)
Extra care housing (l...
AST supported housing, low-level support
AST supported housing,...
Short term
Short te...
Medium term
Medium t...
Long term
Long t...
A
A
A =
A =
B =
B =
C =
C =
Types
Types
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The UKSH Model

1. A 3D model of UK supported housing types we have developed on the basis of the fundamental attributes of:  

  1. need; 
  2. time and 
  3. rights.

The three axes

2. Need: the level of support/supervision/care need by the occupant – notionally indicated on a scale of 0 to 100.

3. Time: expected duration of occupation: short-term, medium-tem, long-term time spent occupying a unit of accommodation

4. Rights: occupiers’ rights reflected in residence agreements (e.g. licences, ASTs, leases, etc ) – essentially the occupiers legal interest in the accommodation. 

5. Our model allows you to pinpoint any type of supported housing such as extra care housing (rented), extra care housing (leased) or short to medium term AST supported housing with low-level support.

Types

6. In the illustration above: 

A = AST supported housing, low-level support is located at Time (short to medium term), Need (low at about 10/ 100) and Rights (low at about 10/ 100).

B = Extra care housing (rented) is located at Time (longer term), Need (50/ 100) and Rights (70/ 100)

C = Extra care housing (leased) is found at Time (higher end of long term),  Need (60/ 100) and Rights (90/ 100)

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