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A majority of tenants and housing associations to respond to a consultation believe the quality of social landlord services has improved since the Scottish Government introduced a social housing charter.
Landlord services provided by community-controlled housing associations outperform those of other social landlords in Scotland, a report has suggested.
Doing it themselves Video
Housing associations are increasingly handing tenants control over the planning and booking of repairs to their homes. Tim Clark investigates the implications
Keeping the faith Video
Sustainable housing was once the cornerstone of new development. But policy shifts over the past 18 months have set the clock back. Mark Smulian finds out whether social landlords have put the concept on the backburner
What can housing associations do to reduce fuel poverty among their tenants? Nancy Jonsson at Daikin UK explains
The government has announced a loan of £45m from its new Home Building Fund will go towards more than 2,000 private rental homes in Leeds, Birmingham and Manchester.
Profits grew 10 times faster than housing completions among the top five house builders between 2010 and 2015, a new report has found.
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Housing associations can really benefit from a holistic approach to asset management, says Arjan Dosanjh, commercial director at Monarch Partnership
Hyde Housing Group and house builder Hill have launched their first joint venture, for 287 homes in Brent.
An emergency package to house young working Londoners is urgently needed in the capital, according to a report from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
L&Q has continued its push into private rented sector development with a deal in excess of £70m to build a 178-home residential development in west London.
Peabody and Family Mosaic housing associations have announced plans to merge to create a giant 55,000-home landlord.
L&Q and East Thames have completed their mega-merger, alongside a £2.6bn refinancing deal with seven banks.
Legal and General has raised a further £170m from institutions for its build-to-rent fund, taking its total investment in this field to around £1bn.