• Areas with rising waiting lists see falls in social housing

    TOP STORY: Councils with the fastest-rising housing waiting lists are areas which saw above average decreases in the amount of social housing becoming available, exclusive Inside Housing analysis shows.

  • After Brexit and Trump we will campaign even harder

    IH50: After a 2016 dominated by the topic of immigration, BME associations will demonstrate their importance in tackling discrimination, says Cym D’Souza

  • The money game

    ANALYSIS: Housing associations are under more pressure than ever to demonstrate their efficiency. Martin Hilditch investigates the impact on repairs and maintenance budgets

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Areas with rising waiting lists see falls in social housing

TOP STORY: Councils with the fastest-rising housing waiting lists are areas which saw above average decreases in the amount of social housing becoming available, exclusive Inside Housing analysis shows.

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Regulator

Association reports itself to regulator over 'unacceptable breaches'

24/01/2017 5:39 pm

A large housing association operating in London and the South East has reported itself to the regulator following “unacceptable breaches” in the management of its sales and marketing team.

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Haringey picks shortlist for £1bn redevelopment

24/01/2017 4:33 pm

A London council’s shortlist for a major £1bn redevelopment of a scheme has been narrowed down to three bidders.

Clanmil and Hearth complete takeover

Clanmil and Hearth complete merger

24/01/2017 3:16 pm

A Northern Irish housing association has completed its merger with a small association specialising in conservation.

merger

New Charter and Adactus in talks over 33,000-home merger

24/01/2017 1:18 pm

New Charter Group has entered talks with Adactus Housing Group which would lead to the creation of a 33,000-home landlord.

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Lakehouse slumps to £31.7m loss

24/01/2017 10:48 am

Social housing contractor Lakehouse has posted a £31.7m operating loss for the year to September last year according to the firm’s annual results.

Deal

Trafford strikes £275m funding deal

24/01/2017 9:55 am

A Manchester-based housing association has struck a new £275m funding deal with two banks and two institutional investors, replacing a previous £145m facility.

Building under construction

Network names £500m framework contractors

24/01/2017 9:52 am

A London housing association has picked 22 contractors and 14 employer’s agents for framework to build 1,000 homes a year until 2020.

Shared ownership keys house buy

Shared ownership best known ownership product

24/01/2017 0:01 am

Shared ownership has overtaken Right to Buy as the best known route onto the housing ladder, according to a new report by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) and Orbit Group.

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    Drputy chief executive, CIH

    Time to accept shared ownership as a mainstream tenure

    Shared ownership has become a popular and affordable route onto the housing ladder and it is time we accept it as a mainstream tenure, says Gavin Smart

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    Why we need to recruit younger employees

    Housing associations and construction firms need to ensure they are attracting and recruiting younger employees to prevent an ageing workforce, says Matthew Harrison

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    We need a proper national housing strategy

    Ahead of the Housing White Paper, Ann O’Byrne is hoping for a national housing strategy

    JULIAN ASHBY SEPT 2015

    We will regulate in a mature way

    Fees, de-regulation and a new body are on the horizon, but the English social housing regulator will continue to be proportionate in its approach, says Julian Ashby

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    For use in Inside Housing on 27 January 2017

    From the frontline - Kieran Buchanan

    24/01/2017

    Midland Heart’s multi-trade operative tells Inside Housing about his passion for stargazing and how he’d take a more relaxed approach to running the country

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      Right to Buy: dreams and nightmares

      ANALYSIS: A study of the Right to Buy extension pilot contains stark warnings about affordability and communication around exemptions. Pete Apps sifts through the detail

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