Successful bids for the second round of Care and Support Specialised Housing Fund announced on 10 March 2016.
Following an open bidding process, the Department of Health has announced the results for the second round of the Care and Support Specialised Housing Fund (CASSH). CASSH was first launched in 2012, it aims to support the development of specialised housing for older people, adults with physical disabilities, learning difficulties or mental health needs.
A total of 79 schemes are set to receive around £84.2 million to develop up to 2,000 affordable homes. These will be built over the next few years. View the full list (excluding London) of phase 2 successful bids.
Suitable housing is an important part of making sure that people can remain as independent as possible, for as long as possible, in a home suited to their needs.
There is more information on the CASSH Fund and a list of allocations on the Care and Support Specialised Housing Fund: guidance and allocations page, you can also read about the Mayor’s Care and Support Specialised Housing Fund and the London allocations.