Sector in 'robust' position to face post-Brexit economy

TOP STORY: The housing association sector is in a “robust” position to respond to economic uncertainty following the Brexit vote, according to the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).

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Council chief with housing background in line for Manchester top job

02/12/2016 5:00 pm

A council chief executive with a background in housing has been put forward for the top job at Manchester City Council.

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NIFHA chief executive to leave

02/12/2016 1:30 pm

The chief executive of Northern Ireland’s housing association representative body is set to leave to take over at the helm of a specialist older people’s landlord.

Moody's warns credit rating

Stonewater retains credit rating from Moody's

02/12/2016 12:30 pm

Housing association Stonewater has retained its A1 rating from credit ratings agency Moody’s.

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Industrial dispute over supported housing restructure

02/12/2016 12:15 pm

One of England’s largest housing associations is facing union action after warning supported housing staff could be dismissed and re-engaged on new terms as part of a major restructure.

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Inside Housing journalist lands top prize

02/12/2016 10:44 am

Inside Housing’s news editor won a top journalism award last night.

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FOI extension will lead to cost burden, Scottish landlords warn

02/12/2016 7:30 am

The Scottish Government’s U-turn on the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act extension to housing associations will burden associations with additional costs, the sector has warned.

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Lord Freud announces his retirement

01/12/2016 4:18 pm

Lord David Freud, the minister for welfare reform who has overseen the introduction of Universal Credit, has announced he will retire from his ministerial position at the end of December.

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Scottish Government proposes FOI for social landlords

01/12/2016 1:45 pm

The Scottish Government has launched a consultation into making housing associations in Scotland subject to Freedom of Information requests.

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