Specified but not exempt accommodation?

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Specified but not exempt accommodation?

Landlord is not a registered housing association, but does satisfy definiton of Housing Association as defined within Section 1(1) of the Housing Associations Act 1995 because it does not trade for profit. 

Care is provided by a seperate company, not on behalf of the landlord - the landlord only provides the accommodation. 

Setting aside the Severe Disability Premium issue, does this mean it is specified accommodation for Universal Credit purposes, but not exempt accommodation for HB purposes and claims should be assessed as LHA?