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Social Housing Asset Value


Local authorities must publish details of the value of social housing stock that is held in their Housing Revenue Account. The following social housing stock data must be published:

• valuation data to be listed at postal sector level34 (e.g. PO1 1**), without indicating individual dwelling values, and ensuring that data is not capable of being made disclosive of individual properties, in line with disclosure protocols set out in paragraphs 15 to 18

• valuation data for the dwellings using both Existing Use Value for Social Housing and market value (valued in accordance with guidance35) as at 1 April. This should be based on the authority’s most up to date valuation data at the time of the publication of the information

The valuation data and information must be published in the following format:

• for each postal sector level, the valuation data should be classified within set bands of value. Authorities must set their valuation bands within the general parameters set out in the table below, in light of the local characteristics of the housing market in their area, in order to ensure that valuation data published by all authorities is consistent and clear to understand:

• From £50,000 or less to £99,999 : 6 Bands of £10,000
• From £100,000 to £299,999 : 10 Bands of £20,000
• From £300,000 to £499,999 : 4 Bands of £50,000
• From £500,000 to £999,999 : 5 Bands of £100,000
• From £1,000,000 to £2,999,999 or higher : 5 Bands of £500,000


Additional Info

Field Value
Author City of York Council - Asset Management
Maintainer City of York Council - Asset Management
UpdateFrequency Annual