Impact assessment

Housing standards review - security: final implementation impact assessment

This is the final stage security impact assessment accompanying the housing standards review.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Housing standards review - security: final implementation impact assessment

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This is the final consultation stage impact assessment that is part of the housing standards review documents published in March 2015.

This impact assessment sets out the costs of introducing a simplified and rationalised, single security standard which will provide protection from burglary for all new homes.

The evidence used in this impact assessment is further supported by 3 reports prepared for the department by EC Harris and Adroit Economics. These set out the cost impacts (PDF, 1.79MB, 116 pages), a local authority policy survey (PDF, 605KB, 42 pages) and evidence (PDF, 1MB, 69 pages).

Published 27 March 2015