Editor, Inside Housing

Taking a stand

27/03/2015 | By Emma Maier

Social landlords make a significant contribution in an impressive range of areas, from employment, to health, to economic growth

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Councils hit back at minister over council companies threat

26/03/2015 | By Heather Spurr

Defiant councils have struck back at Brandon Lewis after he accused local authorities of cheating tenants out of their Right to Buy through setting up housing companies.

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House builder hails ‘tremendous’ half-year results

25/03/2015 | By Corin Williams

Bellway has continued its strong financial performance and has posted a 41.2% increase in its gross profits, according to interim results.


Village vision

25/03/2015 | By Jules Birch

Inner city council estates were once the solution to the housing crisis, then the problem. Now they could be the solution again. But for who?


Landlords threaten legal action over Right to Buy extension

25/03/2015 | By Daniel Douglas

Sector leaders would challenge any government attempt to extend the Right to Buy policy for housing associations in court.

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Housing minister attacks sector over value for money

23/03/2015 | By Daniel Douglas

The sector ‘can and should do more’ on inefficiency, and value for money downgrades are ‘unacceptable’, the housing minister Brandon Lewis said today.

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Osborne announces 20 outside-London housing zones Video

18/03/2015 | By Daniel Douglas

The government has announced 20 new confirmed housing zones outside of London – double the number announced in June last year.

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Chief executive, Stockport Council

Q&A with Eamonn Boylan

24/03/2015 | By Stuart Macdonald

Eamonn Boylan may have been the chief executive of Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council since January 2010, but his heart is still 100% housing.

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.

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The clock is ticking

13/03/2015 | By Theresa Mohammed

Social landlords should take note: a recent case could make it more difficult to dispute the cost of a construction contracts, says Theresa Mohammed

Moody's warns credit rating

Moody's: 'No distinction' between traditional and LSVT credit strength

10/03/2015 | By Pete Apps

Stock transfer housing associations are on an equal footing with traditional landlords in terms of credit strength, a major credit agency has said.

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Dunedin Canmore Housing: Moredun Park and Hyvot Loan neighbourhood regeneration, Edinburgh


Number of homes: 441 (all affordable)Cost: £48.28 million

Cross Keys Homes: George Matthews Gardens, Eye, Peterborough


Number of homes: 13 (all affordable)Cost: £1.61 million

Coastline Housing: Camborne Public Rooms, Camborne, Cornwall


Number of homes: 18 (all affordable)Cost: £2.5 million

Broadacres: Clack Lane, Osmotherley, North York Moors


Number of homes: 12 (all affordable)Cost: £857,000

Affinity Sutton: The Americas, Wilmington Way, Mid Sussex


Number of homes: 186 (71 affordable)Cost: £32 million

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