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Deputy news editor, Inside Housing

Pete Apps

Deputy news editor

E-mail: peter.apps@insidehousing.co.uk

Phone: 020 7772 8360

Fax: 020 7772 8591

Stock market

Associations may step back from bond market

01/09/2015 | By Pete Apps

Housing associations may step back from the public bond market as ongoing uncertainty pushes up the price of previously issued bonds.

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Financial district

Clydesdale agrees £40m loan

01/09/2015 | By Pete Apps

A housing association has agreed a new £40m loan with Clydesdale Bank to support its development ambitions.

Sanctuary Group secures European Investment Bank funding

Housing associations line up for PRS guarantees programme

28/08/2015 | By Pete Apps

More than 150 developers – including many housing associations – are preparing for a share of millions in government-guaranteed debt to build private rented housing.

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Rural landowners call for Right to Buy exemption

01/09/2015 | By Carl Brown

Small villages should be exempt from the Right to Buy extension to housing associations, rural landowners have said.

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Chair, CLG committee

CLG committee extends deadline for evidence

28/08/2015 | By Corin Williams

A high-profile committee of MPs investigating the financial viability of housing associations will be flexible over its deadline for evidence, after complaints over timing and “complex” terms of reference.

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Peabody Estate in Thamesmead

Peabody records £50m underlying surplus

01/09/2015 | By Pete Apps

Peabody increased its core surplus to £50m and invested more than £350m in new and existing stock last financial year, according to its latest accounts.

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Association's surplus halves due to refinancing costs

21/08/2015 | By Carl Brown

Walsall Housing Group’s post-tax surplus has more than halved due to one-off refinancing costs.

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Scottish private rented sector doubles in size

28/08/2015 | By Heather Spurr

The proportion of people living in the private rented sector in Scotland has doubled over the past 10 years, according to official statistics.

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East London moves fuel out-of-London placement surge

28/08/2015 | By Heather Spurr

A trend by councils to house more of their homeless families in cheaper parts of the capital is fuelling a surge in out-of-London placements, new figures reveal.

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Insurance policy

20/08/2015

In light of announcements in the summer Budget, Graham Eades, chair of the board at RP Assure, explains how indemnity insurance can lower risk for housing associations’ spending

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Scottish private rented sector doubles in size

28/08/2015 | By Heather Spurr

The proportion of people living in the private rented sector in Scotland has doubled over the past 10 years, according to official statistics.

HOUSING PRESSURE CAROUSEL 559px

East London moves fuel out-of-London placement surge

28/08/2015 | By Heather Spurr

A trend by councils to house more of their homeless families in cheaper parts of the capital is fuelling a surge in out-of-London placements, new figures reveal.

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Safe as houses

26/08/2015 | By Roger Jarman

Laws around the private rented sector must be tightened to stem the rise of increasing crime linked to this tenure, says Roger Jarman

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Stock market

Associations may step back from bond market

01/09/2015 | By Pete Apps

Housing associations may step back from the public bond market as ongoing uncertainty pushes up the price of previously issued bonds.

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Financial district

Clydesdale agrees £40m loan

01/09/2015 | By Pete Apps

A housing association has agreed a new £40m loan with Clydesdale Bank to support its development ambitions.

Sanctuary Group secures European Investment Bank funding

Housing associations line up for PRS guarantees programme

28/08/2015 | By Pete Apps

More than 150 developers – including many housing associations – are preparing for a share of millions in government-guaranteed debt to build private rented housing.

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