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Invest

Social Housing is a rental or co-operative housing option, which requires institutionalised management. It is provided by accredited SHIs  or in accredited social housing projects in designated restructuring zones.

Regulate

Social housing provides good quality rental accommodation for the upper end of the low income market (R1 500 - R 15 000). The primary objective of urban restructuring is creating substainable human settlements.

Promote

Social housing is not just about building houses, it is also about transforming our residential areas and building communities.

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What does a social housing project look like?

Social housing projects are generally 3 or 4 storey walk ups with an average number of units per project of 415 units. These can be a combination of bachelor, 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom or 3 bedroom units.

 

What is a restructuring zone?

Restructuring zones are specific urban areas that local authorities will identify that will benefit from social housing. All social housing projects are required to be in a restructuring zone.

Register of
Social Housing Institutions

 

Social Housing Publications

 

SHRA Annual Report

The Register is a list of SHIs that have applied to the SHRA for accreditation in order to carry on the business of social housing.

Click on the Resource Centre Tab to access all social housing research information

Read our latest Annual Report.

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