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Deputy news editor, Inside Housing

Pete Apps

Deputy news editor

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

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For use in Inside Housing, 4 September 2015

Diagnosis: housing Video

04/09/2015 | By Reni Eddo-Lodge

Social landlords need to get serious about evidence-gathering if they are to convince the NHS and other sectors of their worth, finds Reni Eddo-Lodge

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Generation Rent survives threat of closure

02/09/2015 | By Heather Spurr

National campaign group Generation Rent claims it is financially secure following a fundraising campaign over the last month.

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.

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Problems with Pay to Stay

04/09/2015 | By Emma Maier

This week we report on the first impact analysis of government’s Pay to Stay policy, under which tenants earning more than £30,000 a year will need to pay market rent

rules and regulation

Council 'failed to notify about RTB restrictions'

03/09/2015 | By Corin Williams

The Local Government Ombudsman has told South Oxfordshire District Council to reimburse two homeowners who had trouble selling up because they were not told of all the restrictions the authority had imposed on their properties.

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HA CEO bonuses

Housing CEO bonuses rise 4.7%

03/09/2015 | By Jess McCabe

Bonuses paid to United Kingdom housing association chief executives have risen 4.7% in the last year, Inside Housing can reveal.

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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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Editor, Inside Housing

Problems with Pay to Stay

04/09/2015 | By Emma Maier

This week we report on the first impact analysis of government’s Pay to Stay policy, under which tenants earning more than £30,000 a year will need to pay market rent

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Rogue traders

03/09/2015 | By Trevor Hampton

We have the data in the UK to cut down on rogue landlords, Trevor Hampton says, but do we have the will?

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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

Editor, Inside Housing

Problems with Pay to Stay

04/09/2015 | By Emma Maier

This week we report on the first impact analysis of government’s Pay to Stay policy, under which tenants earning more than £30,000 a year will need to pay market rent

TREVOR HAMPTON 600px

Rogue traders

03/09/2015 | By Trevor Hampton

We have the data in the UK to cut down on rogue landlords, Trevor Hampton says, but do we have the will?

Comments (1)

Passport control stamp

Immigration checks 'fuelling discrimination'

03/09/2015 | By Heather Spurr

Private landlords are discriminating against people with foreign names and accents as a result of the government’s ‘Right to Rent’ checks, a new report says.

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potential merger

'Mega-merger' talks put on hold

04/09/2015 | By Pete Apps

Detailed talks over a merger deal to create a mammoth landlord in the north west of England have been put on hold.

For use in Inside Housing, 4 September 2015

Diagnosis: housing Video

04/09/2015 | By Reni Eddo-Lodge

Social landlords need to get serious about evidence-gathering if they are to convince the NHS and other sectors of their worth, finds Reni Eddo-Lodge

for rent sign

Generation Rent survives threat of closure

02/09/2015 | By Heather Spurr

National campaign group Generation Rent claims it is financially secure following a fundraising campaign over the last month.

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