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Profit and purpose

24/04/2015 | By David Jepson

Profits are important, but we must not take our eyes off building homes for the poor, says David Jepson

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Manchester to benefit from £1.5bn of housing investment

22/04/2015 | By Pete Apps

Investment of £1.5bn of will be pumped into housing projects in the Manchester area in the 10 years following devolution, funding up to 15,000 homes.

Moody's warns credit rating

Landlord secures A2 rating from Moody's

22/04/2015 | By Pete Apps

A 4,500-home landlord has secured an A2 credit rating from Moody’s.

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Persimmon increases revenue to £2bn in 2015

16/04/2015 | By Pete Apps

A major house builder has increased its sales revenue to £2bn in the first four months of the year.

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Right to Buy: Dangerous policy

15/04/2015 | By Stephen Howlett

Extending the Right to Buy to housing associations would be damaging for London, says Stephen Howlett. The policy is ‘flawed, dangerous and wrong’

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Rentier nation

23/04/2015 | By Jules Birch

For all the political rhetoric about home ownership, official figures released today confirm that England continues to become a nation of private tenants.

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Councils' out-of-area placements breaking the law

23/04/2015 | By Daniel Douglas

Councils in London have broken the law by placing more than 8,000 homeless families in other areas over two years without properly notifying the receiving local authority.

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Managing director, Housing Contact

It’s all about the process

12/03/2015 | Updated: 12/03/2015 | By John Doyle

Social landlords are likely underestimating the impact of universal credit on rent arrears, says John Doyle, managing director, Housing Contact

Procurement specialist, STC Energy

A transparent approach

12/03/2015 | Updated: 12/03/2015 | By Robert Tennant

Tranparency in buying energy is crucial for social landlords, says Robert Tennant, procurement specialist, STC Energy

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Rentier nation

23/04/2015 | By Jules Birch

For all the political rhetoric about home ownership, official figures released today confirm that England continues to become a nation of private tenants.

Packing cases

Councils' out-of-area placements breaking the law

23/04/2015 | By Daniel Douglas

Councils in London have broken the law by placing more than 8,000 homeless families in other areas over two years without properly notifying the receiving local authority.

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Council advertises social homes privately after waiting list cut

09/04/2015 | By Daniel Douglas

A West Midlands council is advertising local social housing on the open market after slashing its housing waiting list.

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Landlords to take on contracting giants

24/04/2015 | By Pete Apps

Social landlords have joined forces in a bid to compete with the biggest companies for major public contracts.

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Profit and purpose

24/04/2015 | By David Jepson

Profits are important, but we must not take our eyes off building homes for the poor, says David Jepson

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Editor, Inside Housing

In a day’s work

24/04/2015 | By Emma Maier

It is encouraging to see 10 landlords joining forces through a joint venture to enable them to bid directly for public contracts, including the Work Programme

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