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Senior reporter, Inside Housing

Heather Spurr

Senior reporter and campaign editor

E-mail: heather.spurr@insidehousing.co.uk

Phone: 020 7772 8362

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EIB 'stands by' funding commitments following Leave vote

24/06/2016 | By Sophie Barnes

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has said it will honour social housing funding commitments already in place with the UK following the vote to leave the European Union.

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Millions wiped off house builder shares after Leave vote

24/06/2016 | By Gavriel Hollander

Millions of pounds have been wiped off the value of house builders as shares plummeted in the wake of the Leave vote in the EU referendum.

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Credit ratings under threat following Brexit vote

24/06/2016 | By Pete Apps

Housing associations’ credit ratings are under threat, as agencies warn of the negative consequences of the vote to leave the European Union (EU).

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Ownership worries

14/06/2016 | By Jules Birch , Jules Birch

The decline in home ownership is prompting some surprising rethinks, says Jules Birch

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We will survive

03/06/2016 | By Peter Walters

Housing at social rents is under threat, but that doesn’t mean it’s terminal, says Peter Walters

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Bank waives LOBO loan interest rate hikes

23/06/2016 | By Gavriel Hollander

Barclays has agreed to waive its option to increase interest rates on a set of loans taken out by housing associations in the wake of the financial crisis.

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Berkeley Group records profit of £479.9m

15/06/2016 | By Pete Apps

A major house builder has announced profit of almost £500m this year, amid a warning from its chair that the EU vote will be “significant” for the housebuilding sector.

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Suitable housing out of reach for young people, CIH survey reveals

28/06/2016 | By Sophie Barnes

More than three quarters of the public believe the “right kind of housing” is out of reach for young people, a survey commissioned by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) has revealed.

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CIH: Low LHA rates lock out claimants

13/05/2016 | By Pete Apps

Housing benefit rates paid to claimants renting privately have fallen well below actual market rents - leaving claimants with no access to housing.

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Suitable housing out of reach for young people, CIH survey reveals

28/06/2016 | By Sophie Barnes

More than three quarters of the public believe the “right kind of housing” is out of reach for young people, a survey commissioned by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) has revealed.

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CIH: Low LHA rates lock out claimants

13/05/2016 | By Pete Apps

Housing benefit rates paid to claimants renting privately have fallen well below actual market rents - leaving claimants with no access to housing.

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Limited options

09/05/2016 | By Joanne Roney

The government’s homeownership drive could be threatening the quality of choice for tenants, says Joanne Roney

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Bigger and better

20/06/2016 | By Richard Macphail

The continuing funding squeeze is driving the trend in mergers and subsidiaries, says Richard Macphail  

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Willmott Dixon abandons support services sale

27/06/2016 | By Sophie Barnes

Willmott Dixon has abandoned plans to sell off its support services division.

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Council sets up procurement process to attract small developers

27/06/2016 | By Sophie Barnes

Birmingham City Council plans to set up a procurement process to encourage small builders to develop sites of less than 15 homes in the area.

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