Large scale voluntary transfer lsvt is a term used to describe the transfer of the whole or a substantial part of a local housing authority lhas housing stock to a usually new private registered provider of social housing rp who is registered and regulated by the regulator of social housing rsh an lsvt is the transfer of 500 or more tenanted and leasehold properties an lsvt can . 2138 a housing authority cannot refer an applicant to another housing authority where they have a local connection if that person or any person who might reasonably be expected to reside with . Local authorities and housing associations operate a common register households registered with the housing association will be included in the data however housing associations are independent bodies and can keep their own waiting lists participation in choice based letting cbl schemes o cbl schemes were introduced in england through the homelessness act 2002 cbl replaces the . Both local authorities and housing associations are governed by the equality and human rights commission ehrc code of practice on services public functions and associations both should have a proper scheme available to the public for deciding who gets any vacant homes. Since the transfer process began in earnest in the late 1980s more than 870000 tenanted homes have been passed from state ownership local authorities new town development corporations or scottish homes to housing associations and in a few cases non registered housing companies by early 2003 111 local authorities in england had transferred all their stock to housing associations
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