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Landlord receives governance rating upgrade

26/08/2015 | By Carl Brown

A Midlands housing association now complies with regulatory standards following a governance rating upgrade today.

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HCA names late accounts culprits

13/08/2015 | By Chloe Stothart , Carl Brown

The English social housing regulator is now naming smaller providers which have missed financial reporting deadlines as part of a new ‘transparent’ approach.

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HCA admonishes nine for late accounts

12/08/2015 | By Chloë Stothart

Nine small housing associations have been admonished by the English social housing regulator for late submission of financial statements.

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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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28/08/2015 | Updated: 28/08/2015 | By Emma Maier

UK housing is in a period of unprecedented uncertainty

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Public registrations increase 17%

28/08/2015 | By Carl Brown

The number of homes registered to be built by social landlords increased 17% last year as work started on homes under the 2015/18 Affordable Homes Programme.

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Mears fined £15,000 for gas safety breach

19/08/2015 | By Emily Twinch

A court has fined repairs contractor Mears £15,000 for leaving the life of an elderly social housing tenant at risk from a dangerous gas heater.

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Association assisting police following child death

17/08/2015 | By Sarah Graham

Aster Group is assisting police with their investigation following the death of a five-year-old girl in one of the housing association’s Weymouth properties.

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Housing association fined £6,000 for carbon monoxide breach

14/08/2015 | By Corin Williams

The Health and Safety Executive has fined North Devon Homes £6,000 after a tenant’s life was put at “immediate risk” from carbon monoxide poisoning.

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