Risk & Judgements
Housing associations in England could face regulatory downgrades if the Homes and Communities Agency uncovers insufficient asset and liability registers in its new in-depth assessments.
More than a third of data that social landlords hold on tenants is inaccurate or missing, according to a tech supplier to the housing sector.
The English social housing regulator has set out the way it will conduct in-depth assessments (IDAs) of housing associations.
Value for Money
A London housing association has increased its surplus by 85%, boosted by income from property sales.
The Spectator magazine and The Times newspaper have ...
Housing associations should be able to determine their own future - not the government, says David Orr
Health and Safety
Landlords need to think about water safety checks following changes in guidance, says Steve Lorriman
Built in 2009, the 64 council houses in Gorebridge’s Newbyres Crescent should have been a dream destination. Instead, they exposed familes to such serious health risks the homes are now being demolished. Martin Hilditch investigates.
The Chief Fire Officers Association (CFOA) is stepping up surveillance of fires at timber frame buildings because of the material’s increased use.