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Investors: associations should publish half-yearly accounts

29/03/2017 | By Pete Apps

Housing associations should publish half-year accounts and report all market-sensitive disclosures on their website to comply with the needs of investors.

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Scottish housing associations use majority of loan facilities

28/03/2017 | By Sophie Barnes

Scottish housing associations drew down 86% of the loan facilities available to them in 2015/16, according to the Scottish Housing Regulator.

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AHF bond breaks £1bn issuance barrier

28/03/2017 | By Nick Johnstone

The Housing Finance Corporation (THFC) has priced an £88m tap of its second long-term bond under its government-backed finance scheme today, bringing the total bond to more than £1bn invested for the first time.

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Barwell: West Midlands 'strong contender' for Right to Buy pilot

20/03/2017 | By Nick Johnstone

Gavin Barwell has said the West Midlands is a “strong contender” for the regional pilot scheme of the Right to Buy extensison.

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Right to Buy sales pass 50,000 since discounts raised

16/03/2017 | By Sophie Barnes

Councils sold more than 3,000 homes through the Right to Buy in the final quarter of 2016, taking the total sold under large discounts to over 50,000.

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Investors: associations should publish half-yearly accounts

29/03/2017 | By Pete Apps

Housing associations should publish half-year accounts and report all market-sensitive disclosures on their website to comply with the needs of investors.

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Wates announces 17.1% rise in profits

20/03/2017 | By Pete Apps

A housing contractor has announced a 17.1% rise in profits to £35.5m in 2016.

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Under-21 housing benefit cut 'could place 9,000 at risk of homelessness'

06/03/2017 | By Pete Apps

Removing housing benefit from young people could see 9,000 left unable to access accommodation and placed at risk of homelessness, a charity has estimated.

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New Era: one year on Video

22/02/2017 | By Sophie Barnes

A year ago, the new landlord of a Hackney estate ripped up the rental rulebook. Sophie Barnes returns to Hoxton to find out how the personalised rents model has bedded in

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Under-21 housing benefit cut 'could place 9,000 at risk of homelessness'

06/03/2017 | By Pete Apps

Removing housing benefit from young people could see 9,000 left unable to access accommodation and placed at risk of homelessness, a charity has estimated.

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New Era: one year on Video

22/02/2017 | By Sophie Barnes

A year ago, the new landlord of a Hackney estate ripped up the rental rulebook. Sophie Barnes returns to Hoxton to find out how the personalised rents model has bedded in

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Barwell: no tenancy length increases for buy-to-let landlords

08/02/2017 | By Pete Apps

WHITE PAPER: The government has no plans to force or encourage buy-to-let landlords to increase the length of their tenancies, the housing minister has confirmed.

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Investors: associations should publish half-yearly accounts

29/03/2017 | By Pete Apps

Housing associations should publish half-year accounts and report all market-sensitive disclosures on their website to comply with the needs of investors.

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Scottish housing associations use majority of loan facilities

28/03/2017 | By Sophie Barnes

Scottish housing associations drew down 86% of the loan facilities available to them in 2015/16, according to the Scottish Housing Regulator.

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AHF bond breaks £1bn issuance barrier

28/03/2017 | By Nick Johnstone

The Housing Finance Corporation (THFC) has priced an £88m tap of its second long-term bond under its government-backed finance scheme today, bringing the total bond to more than £1bn invested for the first time.

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