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The property is currently owned by a Registered Social Landlord.
Tellingly, no new homes were completed by registered social landlords in 12 of Wales' 22 local authority areas in the quarter, with Cardiff, Rhondda Cynon Taf and the Vale of Glamorgan among those areas to see no completions by social landlords.
Just 170 homes were sold by local authorities and registered social landlords under the scheme in 2011-12, compared to 6,811 in 2003-04.
One option is to hand them over to registered social landlords (RSLs), which could generate match funding of up to pounds 40m, or to sell them off outright.
ANCHOR Housing, who are the Registered Social Landlord of the scheme for older people's sheltered housing at Vernon Court in Berry Street, Hillfields, presented the tenants with a proposal to transfer this housing stock to another provider.
The day has been organised by neprocurement, a consortium of 11 Registered Social Landlords, to help firms get work within the public sector.
You would be buying the leasehold interest and the registered social landlord grants you a lease which sets out your rights and responsibilities and the terms on which you can increase your share in the ownership.
Councils currently build only a few hundred homes each year, with the bulk of social housing built by registered social landlords.