Outcomes Matrix - Housing and local facilities | Good Finance

Outcomes Matrix - Housing and local facilities

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Individuals

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Is motivated and able to live as independently as possible, and has the on-going support to maintain that if necessary

  • Receives the benefits one is entitled to (winter fuel)
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Older people
    - Receives appropriate benefits including the winter fuel allowance
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  • Is able to remain in own home due to support and adaptations provided
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    - Has support for specific needs and is able to live independently as a result - Has adaptations for specific needs and is able to achieve or maintain independence as a result - Reduction in accidents at home
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  • Improved feelings of confidence and motivation to live as independently as possible
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Young people
    - Moves to more independent living circumstances - Expresses a desire to live in a stable and independent home
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  • Has new or renewed access to housing benefit
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Young people
    - Is receiving the housing benefits to which they are entitled and in a timely manner - Has access to housing benefits as a safety net if needed
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  • Has a choice of who to live with and where
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Young people
    - Has a choice of who to live with and where - Has appropriate and realistic choice of who to live with and where in relation to e.g. community, school, family, safety issues - Has appropriate and realistic choice regarding tenure
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Has the skills needed to manage and keep a place to live

  • Is timely in paying rent
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Young people
    - Is able to maintain their tenancy without falling into default - Is not evicted for failure to pay rent - Has the necessary financial management skills to cope with rent payments and is not overburdened by debt (see also under the outcome area “Income and financial inclusion”)
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  • Has positive relationships with neighbours
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Young people
    - Reports having positive feelings toward neighbours - Reports talking to their neighbours on a regular basis (e.g. in the last month) - Reports helping or doing something for a neighbour, or asking a neighbour for help or a favour (e.g. in the last 6 months) - Number of complaints/disputes/issues relating to problems with neighbours
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  • Can maintain cleanliness and upkeep of home
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Young people
    - Has developed cooking and cleaning skills - Has developed home maintenance skills
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Has a secure and suitable place to live in fit condition

  • Improved specialist support (accommodation)
    • Homeless
    - Has access to temporary accommodation - Has access to specialist support to find accommodation
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  • Improved feeling of safety and security at home
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Feels safer and more secure in their home - Number of accidents in the home
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  • Has suitable accommodation in a fit condition (adaptations, repairs, maintenance)
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    - Has had necessary adaptations, repairs and maintenance improvements made to their home in a timely manner
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  • Has suitable accommodation in a fit condition
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Has accommodation of an adequate size based on statutory requirements - Has a home in a good state of repair (see statutory obligations e.g. Housing Health and Safety Rating System) - Has accommodation equipped with all necessary furniture, fittings and equipment - Has accommodation which receives all necessary services and affordable utilities - Has appropriate support if a
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  • Has secure accommodation
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Has moved from temporary accommodation to stable accommodation - Has a stable contract for accommodation (e.g. for a minimum of 6 months)
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Has access to local shops, transport, facilities and recreation

  • Improved access to shops selling affordable necessary products and services
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
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  • Improved access to good and affordable public transport
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
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  • Improved access to culture, sport and recreation
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
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Communities

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Public and corporate policy and expenditure that supports good quality housing and local facilities

  • Improvements in policy and legislation
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    - Change in policy and legislation to improve housing and local facilities - Changes to regulation - Level of relevant parliamentary activity (e.g. white papers published, committees formed, consultations or reviews conducted, citations made)
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  • Improved investment, expenditure and procurement
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    - Government investment in housing and local facilities - Government expenditure/funding for programmes - Government support for housing benefits (both as an emergency safety net and ongoing where needed) - Use of procurement practices and public sector contracts designed to improve social outcomes (e.g. contracts that enable social enterprises and smaller SMEs to bid, outcomes-aligned contracts) - Corporate investment and expenditure (giving) on improving housing and local facilities with a social purpose
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Provision of adequate, affordable accommodation

  • Improved supply of quality affordable housing and accommodation
    • Addiction issues
    • Children
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Percentage of people in high quality, secure affordable housing or rented accommodation - Availability of mixed housing tenure; o Home-ownership: homes owned outright and mortgaged o Renting: social rented housing and private rented housing - Number of affordable homes built - Level and affordability of local property values - Waiting lists for social housing - Availability of affordable home improvement services - Waiting lists for housing for people with specialist needs - Number of homes meeting the Decent Homes Standard
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  • Fair tenant management
    • Addiction issues
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Parents
    - Number of legal proceedings against landlords - Number of complaints against landlords - Availability of fair rent
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  • Existence of support networks and pathways to long-term stable housing
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    • Victims of crime
    • Young people
    - Number of housing support networks - Percentage of people with a need who are able to move into temporary accommodation - Percentage of applicants recognized by the local authority as statutory homeless - Average time taken to move from temporary to permanent accommodation - Availability of second stage housing 
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Strong public awareness and participation in matters relating to housing, and good sectoral understanding of how to address them

  • Improved stakeholder participation with decision making and with issues
    • Long-term unemployed
    - Institutional and organizational engagement with stakeholders - Levels of stakeholder choice in relation to their housing and local facilities - Levels of stakeholder choice of services and service providers - Levels of stakeholder involvement in the provision of housing-related services
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  • Improved sectoral understanding as to how to address homelessness, and improve housing and local facilities
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Homeless
    • Mental health needs
    - Research and evidence relating to the problem and interventions (e.g. studies conducted, papers published) - Innovation of new ideas, technologies and approaches - Uptake of new ideas by other organizations or government - Retirement of previous methods shown by research to be ineffective - Funding for research - Support for the sector through quality umbrella bodies
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  • Improved public awareness and engagement
    • Disabled (learning)
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Ex-offenders
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    - General availability of information - Percentage of population who feel well informed when making housing decisions (e.g. regarding financing options, improvement options, legal options) - Percentage of population who feel well informed of their rights as tenants, landowners and homeless people - Level of media exposure (e.g. number of articles published on the subject in mainstream media; exposure on TV, radio; internet traffic) - Level of public awareness about the causes and consequences of the problem - Public events, rallying and campaigning - Public donations to related charities - Public volunteering on projects and initiatives related to housing and local facilities - Change in public perception and improvements to any underlying prejudice or stigma
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Sufficient accessible and affordable transport, utilities and local facilities

  • Improved quality of local environments, including necessary services, public parks and space
    • Addiction issues
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
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  • Improved emergency services
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Homeless
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Older people
    - Response times for emergency services 
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  • Improved availability of good, accessible and affordable public transport
    • Disabled (physical)
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Long-term unemployed
    • Mental health needs
    • Older people
    • Parents
    - Percentage of population with access to affordable local public transport covering work and domestic needs - Usage of public transport - Levels of reported satisfaction with public transport
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  • Improved availability of affordable utilities
    • Homeless
    • Living in poverty
    • Long-term health conditions
    • Older people
    • Parents
    - Availability of affordable utilities with appropriate geographical coverage - Percentage of personal income spent on utilities - Percentage of people living in fuel poverty
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