CP1305

Formal title: Use of Site Visit Check Code (SVCC) 20 with additional information in the Long Term Vacant (LTV) process

Current Status

Submission
Assessment
CPC Consultation
Committee Decision
Rejected

Summary

Amongst other requirements, to enter the LTV process the Supplier must have: 1. received from the NHHDC at least two D0004 data flows, at least 3 calendar months apart and not more than 7 calendar months apart with the J0024 data item populated with code 02 ‘Site not Occupied’; and 2. not received any D0004s with the J0024 data item populated with anything other than 02 in the interim. Currently if the supplier receives a SVCC 20 (No Access), the site couldn’t enter the LTV process. CP1305 proposes changes to BSCP504 to allow SVCC 20 to be used to enter a site into the LTV process when ‘site not occupied’ or ‘long term vacant’ is entered into the additional information field.

Progression

CP1305 was raised on 31 July 2009 and was issued for Industry Impact Assessment as part of CPC00667. This CP was rejected by the SVG on 29 September 2009 as the change would introduce a manual process that would create ambiguity within the industry and reduce the importance of an 02 ‘Site not occupied’ code.

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