Asset Management

For use in Inside Housing, 27 March 2015

The big data experiment

25/03/2015 | By Simon Brandon

Social landlords are in the midst of a great experiment with ‘big data’. Once they collect together their information, what will they do with it? Simon Brandon reports

Stock transfer

Stock transfer signed off a week before deadline

24/03/2015 | By Pete Apps

A deal to transfer 8,500 Salford council homes to a new housing association has been finally signed off with just a week to spare.

Piggy bank

Resident involvement could save sector 'millions'

23/03/2015 | By Corin Williams

Resident participation could save the sector millions, a minister has claimed, following the publication of government-backed research into tenant involvement.

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New sustiainbility code

Star system to replace Code for Sustainable Homes

04/03/2015 | By Pete Apps

A star system for rating the sustainability of new homes, which will look at the impact on occupiers’ health and well-being, will be launched today.

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'Hands off our garden city'

Trouble in the garden

25/02/2015 | By Martin Hilditch

Politicians want to create a new wave of garden cities to meet housing need. But the world’s first garden city is also looking to do its bit - much to some residents’ disappointment. Martin Hilditch investigates

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Accessible apprenticeships

10/03/2015 | By Maria Brett

Apprenticeships are a popular way for social landlords to boost employment opportunities – but how easy are they to access for disabled people? On national apprenticeship week, Maria Brett meets a young, deaf apprentice

Building site

Housing zone developer pledges homes increase

04/03/2015 | By Pete Apps

The developer of the London housing zone with the lowest percentage of affordable housing has committed to increasing it as the scheme progresses.

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Councils 'should rebuild estates at higher density'

24/03/2015 | By Daniel Douglas

Councils could knock down hundreds of estates and rebuild higher density ‘city villages’ to ease London’s housing crisis, a report suggests. 

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Birmingham seeks developers for 80,000-home drive

12/03/2015 | By Pete Apps

Birmingham Council has set out key sites in the city for its ‘biggest ever housing plan’ as it seeks housing associations and private builders to construct 80,000 homes.

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Chief executive, Coast and Country

Are you on board?

06/03/2015 | By Iain Sim

Regeneration must be on the agenda to end the housing crisis, says Iain Sim

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Welsh housing

Financial freedoms will build hundreds of Welsh homes

30/03/2015 | By Daniel Douglas

Councils in Wales are set to build hundreds of homes over the next five years as new finance powers are transferred to them at the start of April.

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Durham negotiates April stock transfer date

27/03/2015 | By Corin Williams

The government has agreed to fund a stock transfer of 18,500 homes despite it missing a deadline to write off the properties’ historic debt.

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Pension contributions to rise 'by same as 2013'

25/03/2015 | By Pete Apps

Contributions to reduce the gaping deficit in the sector’s pension scheme are likely to increase by the same level as they did three years ago.

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