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Heather Spurr

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Associations 'missed decimal points' in data errors

13/01/2016 | By Pete Apps

Housing associations missed decimal points and entered monthly figures as years in a range of errors in official statements submitted to the English social housing regulator.

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Report finds mismanagement at Welsh landlord

06/01/2016 | By Corin Williams

A Welsh Government-commissioned report into housing association Tai Cantref found evidence of mismanagement, Inside Housing understands.

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Housing association downgraded over auditing

16/12/2015 | By Carl Brown

A Norfolk-based housing association has had its governance rating downgraded over concerns about a new auditing system.

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MPs attack RTB funding plan

10/02/2016 | By Carl Brown

An influential committee of MPs has slammed the government’s plan to fund the extension of the Right to Buy through a levy on councils, saying it should be financed by central government directly.

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Hyde opens procurement to other landlords

10/02/2016 | By Pete Apps

Hyde Group has allowed another social landlord to access its procurement framework.


Knock 'em down

10/02/2016 | By Ann O'Byrne

How exactly did the prime minister conclude he needed to knock down housing estates? muses Ann O’Byrne

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Landlord failed to carry out gas safety checks

27/01/2016 | By Heather Spurr

A housing association has been criticised by the English social housing regulator for failing to carry out gas safety checks on 160 properties.


New standards for all Welsh association homes

18/01/2016 | By Pete Apps

The Welsh Government is planning to introduce new mandatory quality standards for all social landlord homes.

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Call for 'agreed approach' on NI flags

05/11/2015 | By Jonathan Bunn

Northern Irish housing associations have called for an “agreed approach” to deal with a mounting problem of new developments being targetted with sectarian flags.

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