• Associations may step back from bond market

    TOP NEWS STORY: Housing associations may step back from the public bond market as ongoing uncertainty pushes up the price of previously issued bonds.

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Associations may step back from bond market

TOP NEWS STORY: Housing associations may step back from the public bond market as ongoing uncertainty pushes up the price of previously issued bonds.

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Peabody Estate in Thamesmead

Peabody records £50m underlying surplus

01/09/2015 | By Pete Apps

Peabody increased its core surplus to £50m and invested more than £350m in new and existing stock last financial year, according to its latest accounts.

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Manchester association launches commercial property arm

01/09/2015 | By Pete Apps

A Manchester-based housing association has launched a commercial building arm which aims to complete 100 new homes every year for sale on the open market.

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NIHE appoints new CEO

01/09/2015 | By Carl Brown

The Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE) has appointed Clark Bailie as its new permanent chief executive.

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Clydesdale agrees £40m loan

01/09/2015 | By Pete Apps

A housing association has agreed a new £40m loan with Clydesdale Bank to support its development ambitions.

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Rural landowners call for Right to Buy exemption

01/09/2015 | By Carl Brown

Small villages should be exempt from the Right to Buy extension to housing associations, rural landowners have said.

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Government policies 'will cost councils £6.3bn'

01/09/2015 | By Carl Brown

Government policies will cost councils an extra £6.3bn over the next five years, the Local Government Association has estimated.

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Inside Housing submits evidence to MPs

01/09/2015 | By Heather Spurr

Inside Housing has shown MPs how social landlords provide health services, cut crime and help people into work, as part of its Housing Benefits campaign.

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New chair for Placeshapers

01/09/2015 | By Carl Brown

The chief executive of a 4,500-home Hertfordshire housing association has this week taken over as chair of the Placeshapers group of landlords.

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