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.
A London council’s shortlist for a major £1bn redevelopment of a scheme has been narrowed down to three bidders.
A Northern Irish housing association has completed its merger with a small association specialising in conservation.
New Charter Group has entered talks with Adactus Housing Group which would lead to the creation of a 33,000-home landlord.
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.
A Manchester-based housing association has struck a new £275m funding deal with two banks and two institutional investors, replacing a previous £145m facility.
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 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.
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
Housing associations and construction firms need to ensure they are attracting and recruiting younger employees to prevent an ageing workforce, says Matthew Harrison
Ahead of the Housing White Paper, Ann O’Byrne is hoping for a national housing strategy
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