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Lenders need 'assurance' over modular homes, CML says

TOP STORY: Banks need “assurance” over the longevity and viability of modular homes as the government seeks to increase offsite housebuilding, the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) has said.

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Welsh Government provides £150,000 for co-operative housing

26/04/2017 5:00 pm

The Welsh Government has allocated nearly £150,000 of funding for co-operative housing.


Welsh government official calls for more transparency from associations

26/04/2017 4:43 pm

The Welsh Government’s leading official on housing associations has called for greater transparency within the sector following the Public Accounts Committee’s (PAC) inquiry into regulation.

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Sector leaders call for next government to scrap high-value asset levy

26/04/2017 3:48 pm

Housing leaders have called on the next government to scrap the high-value asset levy for councils ahead of the publication of political manifestos.


Reel Homes film competition winner to be announced at screening

26/04/2017 3:48 pm

The winner of Inside Housing’s competition to produce a short film about homelessness or the housing crisis will be announced next week at a screening of shortlisted entries.

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Clarion submits plans for 2,800-home Merton estates redevelopment

26/04/2017 3:12 pm

Clarion has submitted outline plans to develop 2,800 new homes on the Eastfields Estate in Mitcham, the Ravensbury Estate in Morden and the High Path Estate in South Wimbledon.

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Javid reverses decision on Aylesbury CPO

26/04/2017 12:14 pm

Sajid Javid has lifted his block of a planned compulsory purchase order (CPO) which was delaying a major south London estate regeneration scheme.

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Clarion reports reduced surplus to investors

26/04/2017 10:50 am

The UK’s largest social landlord is expecting a reduced annual surplus this financial year due to a planned smaller sales programme.


Association downgraded over 'reduced capacity' in leadership team

26/04/2017 9:30 am

Shoreline Housing Partnership has been downgraded because its focus on a potential merger has led to “reduced capacity” in its leadership team, the regulator has warned.

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      From the archive - week of 24 April

      FROM THE ARCHIVE: Inside Housing looks back at what was happening in the sector this week five, 15 and 25 years ago

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