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Associations face downgrades for providing poor data

19/03/2015 | By Pete Apps

Housing associations are facing regulatory downgrades for providing poor or misleading data to the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).

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Landlord receives downgrade for running low on spare cash

13/03/2015 | By Carl Brown

A housing association has been downgraded by the social housing regulator after running low on reserve borrowing in breach of its own policies.

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13/03/2015

Is your organisation a ‘steady Eddie’, or a risk taker heading for disaster? Consultancy Campbell Tickell has its tongue mostly in cheek in this Cosmopolitan-style quiz

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L&Q sets out plans to build 50,000 homes

27/03/2015 | By Pete Apps , Heather Spurr

One of the country’s largest social landlords is set to launch a 50,000-home building drive without any government grant, in the most ambitious development programme the sector has ever seen.

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27/03/2015 | By IH reporters

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Landlords downgraded over gas safety

25/02/2015 | By Carl Brown

Three housing associations that missed gas safety checks have been given regulatory downgrades but still comply with the Homes and Communities Agency’s governance standard.

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Number of owner-occupiers falls while private renter stats rise

25/02/2015 | By Pete Apps

The number of owner-occupiers has fallen while those renting privately continue to rise, according to the latest government analysis of the English housing market.

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HCA raps another landlord over gas safety

19/02/2015 | By Carl Brown

A Gloucestershire housing association has become the latest English landlord rapped by the regulator for failing to carry out annual gas safety checks.

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