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Finance specialist

Senior reporter, Inside Housing

Heather Spurr

Senior reporter and campaign editor

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

Phone: 020 7772 8362

Fax: 020 7772 8591

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Top joint venture developments Video

04/08/2016

Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next few weeks. Here, we introduce you to the best of the best joint ventures

Survival guide

Survival guide

22/07/2016 | By Pete Apps

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) identified three key financial risks for housing associations after Brexit: the sales market, cash calls and the availability of finance. Pete Apps catches up with some of the sector’s top finance directors to ask how they’re coping with these threats.

For use in Inside Housing, 8 July 2016

The Big Debates

08/07/2016 | By Pete Apps

Housing 2016 opened its doors during a time of huge political turbulence. This made for some feisty debates in the conference and exhibition hall. Pete Apps picks over the big discussions from three days of housing chat

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Right not to buy

20/09/2016 | By Kevin Gulliver

Social tenants are reluctant to buy because ownership is risky on low pay, says Kevin Gulliver

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Different path

19/09/2016

The first Scottish housing day shows Scotland is following a very different path than England, says Kevin Stewart

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Genesis records £28.7m surplus

21/09/2016 | By Pete Apps

A north London based housing association has recorded a surplus of £28.7m for 2015/16, and built 314 new homes.

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Peabody boosts surplus by £50m

20/09/2016 | By Pete Apps

Peabody has boosted its annual surplus by £50m to £116m for the year, as it built 1,080 new homes across London.

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Regulating the sharing economy

28/09/2016 | By Tom Copley

Home-sharing sites provide a useful service to guests and hosts but landlords may be exploiting lax regulation to make money from short-term lets, says Tom Copley

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Zero hour housing

23/09/2016 | By Sian Berry

Property guardians are the housing equivalent of zero-hour contracts, says Siân Berry

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Regulating the sharing economy

28/09/2016 | By Tom Copley

Home-sharing sites provide a useful service to guests and hosts but landlords may be exploiting lax regulation to make money from short-term lets, says Tom Copley

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Zero hour housing

23/09/2016 | By Sian Berry

Property guardians are the housing equivalent of zero-hour contracts, says Siân Berry

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Catching the rogues

06/09/2016

Private landlords should welcome licensing because it is driving out the rogues, says Sir Robin Wales

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A tale of three mergers

23/09/2016 | By Steve Douglas

Social landlords wishing to merge must share a vision as well as a desire to increase capacity, says Steve Douglas

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Mergers are still the future

31/08/2016 | By Helen Collins

Even though a string of high-profile mergers have collapsed, the sector is on a path to consolidation, says Helen Collins

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Merger obstacles

17/08/2016 | By Mark Crofskey

Housing association mergers can be complex and difficult, says Mark Crofskey

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