Finance

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

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

For use in Inside Housing, 8 July 2016

Raiders of the HRA Video

07/07/2016 | By Keith Cooper

Councils are increasingly using their Housing Revenue Accounts to fill gaps in their back-office budgets. While this has helped cope with wider budget cuts, Keith Cooper investigates the impact on housing resources

For use in Inside Housing, 1 July 2016

Meet the Top 50 Biggest Builders Video

01/07/2016 | By Jess McCabe

Going up or doing down - how many homes will the UK build? Jess McCabe takes a look into the future with the Top 50 Biggest Builders in the sector

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For use in Inside Housing, 8 July 2016

Raiders of the HRA Video

07/07/2016 | By Keith Cooper

Councils are increasingly using their Housing Revenue Accounts to fill gaps in their back-office budgets. While this has helped cope with wider budget cuts, Keith Cooper investigates the impact on housing resources

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Stop fraud

05/07/2016 | By Sam Lister

Only tough regulation will prevent property companies taking advantage of vulnerable tenants, says Sam Lister

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Affinity Sutton records 15% surplus increase

20/07/2016 | By Carl Brown

Affinity Sutton has recorded a 15% increase to its surplus and maintained its high operating margin as it continues to prepare for its ‘mega-merger’ with Circle.

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Leading house builder moves to calm fears over Brexit

05/07/2016 | By Gavriel Hollander

A leading house builder has sought to calm fears over the housing market following the vote to leave the EU last month.

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The worst tenure

07/07/2016 | By Rosie Walker

The shortage of social housing is driving more families into the private rented sector, says Rosie Walker

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For use in Inside Housing, 1 July 2016

Has build-to-let got a future? Video

30/06/2016 | By Caroline Thorpe

When the chancellor unexpectedly raised stamp duty for institutional private sector landlords, did it spell the end of the build-to-let market? Caroline Thorpe reports

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The worst tenure

07/07/2016 | By Rosie Walker

The shortage of social housing is driving more families into the private rented sector, says Rosie Walker

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For use in Inside Housing, 1 July 2016

Has build-to-let got a future? Video

30/06/2016 | By Caroline Thorpe

When the chancellor unexpectedly raised stamp duty for institutional private sector landlords, did it spell the end of the build-to-let market? Caroline Thorpe reports

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Top 60: Build to rent developments of the year Video

21/07/2016

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 10 weeks. First we introduce you to the best of the best in the build to rent sector

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Get ready for more rationalisation

21/07/2016

Stock transfers have slowed as mergers go through but are likely to pick up again soon, says Will Rutter and Stuart May

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

For use in Inside Housing, 8 July 2016

Raiders of the HRA Video

07/07/2016 | By Keith Cooper

Councils are increasingly using their Housing Revenue Accounts to fill gaps in their back-office budgets. While this has helped cope with wider budget cuts, Keith Cooper investigates the impact on housing resources

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VIDEO Q&A: Taking stock Video

29/06/2016

Ian Burnett, chief executive of United Living, tells Inside Housing what the Brexit vote means for the immediate outlook of house building in Britain

VIDEO Q&A: Digital rent collection Video

29/06/2016

John Doyle, managing director of Housing Contact explains to Inside Housing how technology is helping social landlords tackle rent arrears in the face of welfare reforms

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