2013 Report details for project: Housing Investment and Regulatory Reform Programme (HIRRP)

Project name Housing Investment and Regulatory Reform Programme (HIRRP) - there is only one report for this project
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Organisation DCLG (D4) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year 2013 (data is from September 2012)
Category Transformation - see all reports for this category
Description: HIRRP was set up to deliver major institutional reform in line with Government's ambitions to reduce the number of quangos, shift focus to local priorities and meet the challenges of the Spending Review outcome. The programme's aims are to: a) reform the Homes and Communities Agency's (HCA) role, size and shape to ensure it meets Ministerial priorities; b) implement a new regulatory framework in the social housing sector, including abolition of the Tenant Services Authority and the integration of regulation within HCA; c) deliver the devolution of the HCA's London functions to the Mayor; and d) implement the move to a single Ombudsman for social housing complaints.
DCA (RAG) Green
DCA text: The project is now at the point of effective completion. The regulatory changes needed to implement the project are in place. The transfer of functions into and out of the Homes and Communities Agency have been made and the new organisation is working effectively.
Start date 2011-11-01
End date 2012-03-31
Schedule text On Schedule
Baseline £6.90m
Forecast £6.90m
Variance 0.00%
Variance text: Variance within tolerance
Whole Life Cost £25.50m
WLCost text:
Sourcefile DCLG_2013.csv

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