Repairs & Maintenance
One of the UK’s largest housing associations will maintain all of its 56,000 homes through its own property management subsidiary.
Unfitness in Northern Ireland’s housing stock is at its lowest ever recorded level, according to data from the Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE).
Scotland’s largest social landlord has partnered with Glasgow City Council in a £3.7bn joint venture to provide repairs and maintenance.
Enfield Council is to invest £58m to develop a community energy network which will supply low carbon heat and hot water to 15,000 homes.
Following the Bonfield Review report, the onus is now on housing associations to help alleviate fuel poverty, says John Barnham
The government has rejected two developers’ appeals against planning permission decisions because they would involve “significant development” on green belt land.
Kier has announced a joint venture with an 11,000-home housing association as it reports a growth in profits in its half-year results.
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A South East social housing provider has secured a £65m funding package from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking to help deliver plans to build 800 new houses.
A newly merged housing association has retained its strong credit rating.
The snap general election on 8 June is unlikely to have the same chilling impact on the housing association bond market as the 2015 poll, finance experts have said.