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1
Welcome
2
Agenda
  • 1030 Welcome and introduction to day
  • 1100 NROSH introduction
  • 1120 NROSH targets and progress
  • 11.30 Supplying NROSH data
  • 1200 QA
  • 1230 Lunch
  • 1315 Using NROSH data
  • 1345 Extracting data through NROSH-Online
  • 1415 Next steps including move to TSA
  • 1430 General questions/discussion time
  • 1445 Close

3
Introduction
  • 1. What is NROSH?
  • 2. NROSH Benefits
  • 3. Modernising data collection
  • 4. Which data are we collecting?
  • 5. How does NROSH data collection work?
  • 6. NROSH data and analysis

4
What is NROSH?
  • A single consistent national social housing
    database
  • Property level data rather than summary data
  • Once set up it will extract automatically
    rather than requiring a manual summary
  • RSR HSSA migration to NROSH

5
Introduction
  • 1. What is NROSH?
  • 2. NROSH Benefits
  • 3. Modernising data collection
  • 4. Which data are we collecting?
  • 5. How does NROSH data collection work?
  • 6. NROSH data and analysis

6
NROSH benefits
More flexible data

More efficient collection
7
More flexible data
  • Versatile
  • Up to date
  • Consistent
  • Accurate
  • Accessible
  • Transparent

8
Enhanced analysis
  • Data can be analysed at any geographical level
  • Postcode
  • Ward
  • Neighbourhood
  • LA
  • Region or sub-region
  • It can be combined with other datasets to present
    a more complete picture
  • Environment Agency
  • CORE
  • Valuation Office Agency

9
Enhanced analysis
  • Innovation
  • Investment planning
  • Benchmarking
  • National Strategy for Neighbourhood Statistics

10
Introduction
  • 1. What is NROSH?
  • 2. NROSH Benefits
  • 3. Modernising data collection
  • 4. Which data are we collecting?
  • 5. How does NROSH data collection work?
  • 6. NROSH data and analysis

11
Modernising data collection
  • The data stored in your HMS can be used to fill
    NROSH data fields at the touch of a button,
    replacing the need for a lot of data re-entry.
  • NROSH is based on sound methodology for
    collecting and analysing data at a unit level.
  • NROSH data can be used for many different
    purposes such as filling the property-related
    fields for the
  • RSR
  • HSSA
  • BPSA-AM
  • CORE (future)
  • This reduces the amount of time and effort
    required for statutory returns.

12
Saving you time and effort
The amount of time and effort saved differs
depending onthe nature of your organisation.
  • Consider
  • RSLs - How much time does your organisation
    currently spend on submitting the RSR or
    providing information to LAs?
  • LAs - How long does it take you to identify all
    the RSLs operating in the area and collect HSSA
    data from them?
  • This will give an estimate of the amount of time
    that NROSH could save you in the medium to longer
    term.

13
Introduction
  • 1. What is NROSH?
  • 2. NROSH Benefits
  • 3. Modernising data collection
  • 4. Which data are we collecting?
  • 5. How does NROSH data collection work?
  • 6. NROSH data and analysis

14
Which data are we collecting?
  • NROSH data requirements have been devised to
    align with existing data collections.
  • We are currently asking for around 40 data items
    that are already collected and returned.
  • Data requirements vary slightly for LAs/ALMOs and
    RSLs.

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Introduction
  • 1. What is NROSH?
  • 2. NROSH Benefits
  • 3. Modernising data collection
  • 4. Which data are we collecting?
  • 5. How does NROSH data collection work?
  • 6. NROSH data and analysis

16
How does NROSH data collection work?
Data is extracted from housing managementsystems
via a toolkit
Housing Management System
HA/LA
Mapping
Toolkit
NROSH
17
Introduction
  • 1. What is NROSH?
  • 2. NROSH Benefits
  • 3. Modernising data collection
  • 4. Which data are we collecting?
  • 5. How does NROSH data collection work?
  • 6. NROSH data and analysis

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Data analysis example 1
  • Sample business case for a potential development
    site on the border of two local authorities

19
Data analysis example 2
  • Distribution of council housing stock by age of
    dwelling

20
Data analysis example 3
  • Energy efficiency of social housing in defined
    area

21
Social housing at risk of flooding
Proportion of stockin flood zone 2 12.5
22
Agenda
  • 1030 Welcome and introduction to day
  • 1100 NROSH introduction
  • 1120 NROSH targets and progress
  • 11.30 Supplying NROSH data
  • 1200 QA
  • 1230 Lunch
  • 1315 Using NROSH data
  • 1345 Extracting data through NROSH-Online
  • 1415 Next steps including move to TSA
  • 1430 General questions/discussion time
  • 1445 Close

23
NROSH targets and progress
1. Data requirements and target dates 2. RSL data
fields 3. LA data fields 4. How much stock is in
NROSH? 5. Regional participation
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Data requirements / target dates
25
NROSH targets and progress
1. Data requirements and target dates 2. RSL data
fields 3. LA data fields 4. How much stock is in
NROSH? 5. Regional participation
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RSLs required data fields
  • Approx 80 of RSR cells can be derived from the
    39 mandatory/priority NROSH fields
  • 8 mandatory fields
  • Address, LA area, LA/HA property reference
  • Ownership type, owning organisation, managing
    organisation
  • Data provider reference number, report date
  • 31 priority data fields
  • Provision category, tenure
  • Physical characteristics
  • Vacancies and stock flows
  • Rents and service charges
  • Accessibility for wheelchair users
  • SAP and Decent Homes

27
NROSH targets and progress
1. Data requirements and target dates 2. RSL data
fields 3. LA data fields 4. How much stock is in
NROSH? 5. Regional participation
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LAs required data fields
  • 8 mandatory fields
  • Address, LA area, LA/HA property reference
  • Ownership type, owning organisation, managing
    organisation
  • Data provider reference number, report date
  • 42 priority data fields
  • Provision category, tenure
  • Physical characteristics
  • Vacancies
  • Rents and service charges
  • Stock flows
  • Decent homes
  • Energy efficiency
  • 13 additional fields
  • Accessibility including wheelchair standards,
    steps, lifts, floor level, adaptations

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NROSH targets and progress
1. Data requirements and target dates 2. RSL data
fields 3. LA data fields 4. How much stock is in
NROSH? 5. Regional participation
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How much stock is in NROSH?
At 5th November 08 NROSH held
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Details of NROSH stock
Engagement how many organisations are
participating?
Data Quantity how much data is currently in
NROSH?
Data source NROSH database
32
Completeness of Data
33
Completeness of Data
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NROSH targets and progress
1. Data requirements and target dates 2. RSL data
fields 3. LA data fields 4. How much stock is in
NROSH? 5. Regional participation
35
Stock in NROSH by local authority area
Over the last quarter, the number of
localauthority areas withat least two thirds
oftheir data in NROSHhas increased from25 to
33
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NROSH Data Capture September 2008 of Stock by
Region
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NROSH Data Capture September 2008 of Stock by
LAs HAs by Region
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Data Providers September 2008 of LAs LSVT
HAs by Region
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Agenda
  • 1030 Welcome and introduction to day
  • 1100 NROSH introduction
  • 1120 NROSH targets and progress
  • 11.30 Supplying NROSH data
  • 1200 QA
  • 1230 Lunch
  • 1315 Using NROSH data
  • 1345 Extracting data through NROSH-Online
  • 1415 Next steps including move to TSA
  • 1430 General questions/discussion time
  • 1445 Close

40
Supplying data
  • Data Standards
  • Toolkits
  • Getting started
  • Validations Reports
  • Case study
  • Help desks websites
  • Q A

41
Data standards
  • Release 3 - June 2005
  • Release 4 - January 2007
  • Release 5 - ?

42
Supplying data
  • Data Standards
  • Toolkits
  • Getting started
  • Validations Reports
  • Case study
  • Help desks websites
  • Q A

43
Toolkits
  • What is a toolkit?
  • A software component that attaches to, or is
    included with housing management systems (HMS)
    that creates a NROSH data file
  • History
  • CLG contracted toolkits signed off in 2005
    following user acceptance testing
  • Software suppliers contacted in 2007 to assess
    progress on updating to NROSH R4

44
Commissioned Toolkits
45
Other toolkits
46
Toolkit costs
  • Commissioned toolkits free
  • Anite, Academy, IBS, MIS SASSHA can charge
  • Set up costs installation getting it working
  • Mapping

47
Choosing a toolkit
  • All data suppliers have toolkit options
  • Identify your options
  • research them, and
  • decide on an appropriate toolkit
  • Longer term toolkits will be absorbed into the
    HMS (some are already)
  • Check the CLG website for toolkit information
  • HMS / toolkit supplier contact details
  • compatibility with HMS
  • NROSH data standards release currently in
    operation
  • when NROSH data standards R4 is likely to be
    available
  • help available from software suppliers
  • user group details

48
Toolkit information online
49
Small RSLs without a HMS
  • If you have a HMS/toolkit please use it!
  • If not
  • we have developed a spreadsheet which is being
    piloted now and will be released shortly

50
Small RSLs without a HMS
51
Supplying data
  • Data Standards
  • Toolkits
  • Getting started
  • Validations Reports
  • Case study
  • Help desks websites
  • Q A

52
Getting Started Guide
  • General information on NROSH benefits
  • Responsibility for submitting data
  • NROSH Targets
  • Mandatory priority data items
  • NROSH to RSR Facility
  • NROSH to HSSA/BPSA-AM Facility
  • How should I get started
  • get a toolkit (including what is a toolkit)
  • configuration mapping
  • data collection and cleansing
  • submitting your data
  • Key documents, further information and help

53
Helpful hints for getting started
  • Identify who will supply data if there is more
    than one option (eg manager different to owner or
    group structures)
  • Skills both IT housing management knowledge
    is helpful
  • Resources initially high, then reducing
    considerably
  • Toolkits help is available from software
    suppliers
  • If possible use a small amount of data (eg an
    estate) to validate
  • Map the data you already have, then prioritise

54
10 steps to getting started (i)
55
10 steps to getting started (ii)
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Supplying data
  • Data Standards
  • Toolkits
  • Getting started
  • Validations Reports
  • Case study
  • Help desks websites
  • Q A

57
Automated reports
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NROSH data exportsRSR/HSSA/BPSA-AM
  • What is it?
  • An interface allowing submission of NROSH data
    to automatically populate sections of existing
    statistics collection forms
  • Benefits?
  • Automatic population of the time consuming
    elements of these forms will significantly
    reduce overall effort!
  • Checking times should be reduced
  • When is it available?
  • The system is currently being updated to
    reflect the RSR 2009 forms
  • Release scheduled for beginning of October

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NROSH to RSRMain screen
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NROSH to RSRData selection screen
62
Supplying data
  • Data Standards
  • Toolkits
  • Getting started
  • Validations Reports
  • Case study
  • Help desks websites
  • Q A

63
CASE STUDY New Charter Housing Trust Group
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New Charter Housing Trust Group
NEW CHARTER PROPERTY SERVICES LIMITED
NEW CHARTER BUILDING COMPANY LIMITED
NEW CHARTER HOUSING TRUST GROUP LTD
Data source RSR 2008/ New Charter Housing Trust
Group
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Data submission journey
Data source New Charter
66
New Charter North Data quantity and quality
Data source Dataspring
67
Benefits and challenges
Biggest benefit RSR replacement
improvements in data management processes
Improvements in MI
More data available
Easier to produce MI reports
MI more up to date
Biggest challenge new data standards releases
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CASE STUDY South Kesteven District Council
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South KestevenCapturing missing data
  • Integrate data capture into the routine visits to
    dwellings
  • Incorporate NROSH fields in any large scale
    surveys that are being conducted
  • Use cloning where appropriate

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South KestevenData loading
  • DATA GATHERED OVER SURVEY PERIOD
  • STOCK SURVEY DATA HELD AT PIMSS
  • 1000 PROPERTY UPLOAD
  • 1 II
  • 2 II
  • 3 II
  • 4 II
  • 5 II
  • 6 II

SAVILLS PROVIDE UPDATED ATTRIBUTE CODE TO PIMSS
ON SITE SURVEY
SAVILLS
PROVIDE SAVILLS WITH UPDATED CAPITAL WORKS /
ATTRIBUTE CODE (CONVERT OLD CODE TO NEW CODE
STRUCTURE)
RDSAP HHSRS
100 DATA INCLUDES SURVEY DATA UPDATEDCODES.
TRANSFER DATA INTO A/M AND ANITE
ANITE DATABASE ORIGONAL CODES CAPITAL WORKS
COMPLETED . NEW ATTRIBUTE CODE
INPUT SKDC TO LOAD CODE SET. ACCEPT SURVEY
DATA AS PER NEW CODE SET
ASSET MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
D/H RESULT,RDSAP RATING AND NROSH DATA
CODE EXTRACT TO FULFILL DECENT HOMES
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South KestevenLevel 2 - context
INFO IN
RESULTS
UPDATES
SUPPLY DATA
SAVILLS SURVEY DATA (ONE TIME ONLY)
UPDATES MAIN PROPERTY ATTRIBUTES ASBESTOS
ATTRIBUTES GAS UPDATES GAS SERVICING
MODELS REPORTS COST FORCASTS, 1-30YRS
HHSRS RDSAP (RAW DATA)
CONDITION CODES, INC NROSH, ASBESTOS
ASSET MANAGEMENT CALCS FOR RDSAP, DECENT HOMES
etc (NROSH)
ANITE
REGULAR ATTRIBUTE UPDATE INC ELEMENTS FOR DECENT
HOMES, EPC RDSAP DATA SET
SAVILLS TO CHECK PROPERTY DATA. DONE!
RATINGS EPC, NROSH SAP
SINGLE EXTRACT FROM ANITE TO FULLFIL 2010 NROSH
REQUIREMENTS
PROGRAM MAINTENANCE UPDATES ATTRIBUTES FOR
PROGRAMMED WORKS. IN USE NOW
RESULTS CERTS DECENT HOMES CRITERIA FIGURE
(NROSH), EPC RDSAP
NROSH
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South KestevenWheelchair standards
  • Wheelchair Design Guide
  • Housing Corporation Scheme Design Standards (now
    the Design Quality Standards)
  • Lifetime Homes
  • DoE Wheelchair Standard 1974
  • Housing Corporation Mobility Standard
  • Building Regulations Part M
  • Other

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Supplying data
  • Data Standards
  • Toolkits
  • Getting started
  • Validations Reports
  • Help desks websites
  • Q A

75
Help desks
  • HMS help desks
  • available from most HMS suppliers
  • compatibility issues
  • release update information
  • toolkit installation mapping issues
  • HMS user groups
  • available from most HMS suppliers
  • meet a few times a year
  • most circulate information
  • Contact details
  • refer to toolkit information on CLG NROSH website

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Help desks
  • NROSH Technical Help Desk
  • Interform XML queries
  • Toolkit installation mapping issues
  • NROSH-Online login, passwords issues
  • Testing of data for new data standards releases
  • Contact details
  • 020 7944 3294
  • nrosh.helpdesk_at_communities.gsi.gov.uk
  • Email Subject line - NROSH 'Your subject
    heading'

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Help desks
  • LA Data Support Help Desk
  • Encourage NROSH data supply
  • Data standards queries
  • Queries related to using NROSH data to complete
    parts of CLG collections (ie HSSA, BPSA)
  • Contact details
  • nrosh.helpdesk_at_communities.gsi.gov.uk
  • Email subject line NROSH 'Your subject
    heading'

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Help desks
  • RSL Data Support Help Desk
  • Encourage NROSH data supply
  • Data standards queries
  • Increase data quality
  • Queries related to using NROSH data to
    completeparts of the RSR
  • Contact details
  • 020 7627 5117
  • NROSHHADataSupport_at_Forvus.co.uk

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Websites
  • CLG NROSH web pages
  • www.communities.gov.uk/ nationalregisterofsocialho
    using
  • HC NROSH web pages
  • www.housingcorp.gov.uk/nrosh
  • NROSH to RSR Facility
  • www.rsrsurvey.co.uk
  • Beware of pirate NROSH websites!

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Supplying data
  • Data Standards
  • Toolkits
  • Getting started
  • Validations Reports
  • Help desks websites
  • Q A

81
Agenda
  • 10.00 Registration and coffee
  • 1030 NROSH introduction
  • 1050 NROSH targets
  • 11.00 Supplying NROSH data
  • 1200 QA
  • 1230 Lunch
  • 1315 Using NROSH data
  • 1345 Extracting data through NROSH-Online
  • 1415 Next steps including move to TSA
  • 1430 General questions/discussion time
  • 1445 Close

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Age profile of councilhousing stock in York
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York council housing stockby age of dwellings
84
Energy efficiency of social housingNorth West
London
85
Energy efficiency of social housingNW London by
super output area
86
2-bedroom flatsCamden Islington
87
Social housing stockin ad hoc areas
88
Social housing stockin ad hoc areas by size/type
89
Loss of council housing by sizeCamden 2006
90
Reasons for loss of council housing Camden 2006
Total Losses - 66
91
Dwellings failing Decent Homes Standardfor state
of repair
92
Council housing re-let timesby size/type of
dwelling
93
Council housing turnover rate (LA)by size/type
of dwelling
94
Letting by ethnic groupand type of dwelling
95
Housing stock by tenure and council tax band
Joining NROSH data to VOA data
96
Social housing at risk of flooding
Proportion of stockin flood zone 2 12.5
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NROSH flood risk statisticsby GOR
98
  • NROSH-Online

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NROSH-Online
  • Your access to all the data
  • Standard reports
  • Download raw data
  • Your way of checking the data you sent
  • Your way to get extra information about your
    stock Flood risk/NLPG UPRN

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NROSH-Online Standard Reports
  • Rents
  • Target rents
  • Rent loss
  • Decent Homes Standard
  • Stock by age
  • Stock by category of provision
  • Stock by ownership
  • Stock by facilities
  • Supported housing
  • Wheelchair and accessible housing

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NROSH-Online Filters
  • Region
  • Local authority administrative area
  • Electoral ward
  • MSOA
  • Landlord by name
  • Type of landlord LA/HA/ALMO
  • Type of HA
  • Category of provision GN/Care home/SO
  • Owned or managed

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Protection of Sensitive Data
  • Records of sensitive addresses are removed
    completely
  • Offenders hostels
  • Accommodation for women at risk of violence
  • Accommodation for people with HIV/AIDS

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NROSH-Online User Guidance
  • Quick guide to producing a standard report
  • Tips on checking the data you sent
  • User manual downloadable from the site
  • Help buttons on the web pages
  • Step by step guide to downloading the floodrisk
    and NLPG UPRN for each of your dwelling
  • Index to database tables

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NROSH-OnlineStandard reports
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Agenda
  • 10.00 Registration and coffee
  • 1030 NROSH introduction
  • 1050 NROSH targets
  • 11.00 Supplying NROSH data
  • 1200 QA
  • 1230 Lunch
  • 1315 Using NROSH data
  • 1345 Extracting data through NROSH-Online
  • 1415 Next steps including move to TSA
  • 1430 General questions/discussion time
  • 1445 Close

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The national projectStrategic context
  • Ends and Means The Future Roles of Social
    Housing in England (Hills)
  • Every Tenant Matters A Review of Social Housing
    Regulation (Cave)
  • Delivering Housing and Regeneration Communities
    England and the Future of Social Housing
    Regulation (CLG)

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The national projectStrategic context
  • Every Tenant Matters A Review of Social Housing
    Regulation.
  • Information Strategy reducing and rationalising
    regulatory statistical data collection
  • Stock data potential for NROSH to substantially
    replace these requirements, subject to review of
    the extent of NROSH data requirements and
    minimisation of administrative burdens. Annex
    5a, 5b

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The national projectStrategic context
Communities and Local Government
Homes and Communities Agency
Housing Corporation
Tenant Services Authority
English Partnerships
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