Moody’s has downgraded the credit rating for Places for People from A2 to A3, saying the landlord’s diversification from social housing has introduced more risk compared to other housing associations.
A London housing association has upped its surplus to £125m as it built 1,170 homes in the capital.
Welsh housing association RCT Homes has targeted a £1m annual saving after collapsing its three subsidiaries under one rebranded company.
The Northern Ireland Executive should include housebuilding targets in its plans for the next five years of government.
A rural housing association has secured a £50m private placement to help build 600 homes by 2021.
MPs have called on the new housing minister to set out how he will reform the process of making Local Plans.
Circle Housing has recorded a 27% increase in surplus and stripped £25m in cost out of its business to mitigate the rent cut.
The proportion of social housing tenants with rent arrears spiked following the introduction of the bedroom tax, new data reveals.
Social landlords have a duty to help tenants into work, says Ian Simpson
Social landlords must make the case for affordable rent to the new government, says Nigel Wilson
The new cabinet must allow councils to borrow to build if it is going to reach its one million homes target, says Lord Hollick
Social landlords should take a lead in making LGBT tenants and staff feel safe and accepted, says Josh Willacy