Risk & Judgements
Housing associations are facing regulatory downgrades for providing poor or misleading data to the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).
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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Value for Money
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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Health and Safety
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.
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.
A Gloucestershire housing association has become the latest English landlord rapped by the regulator for failing to carry out annual gas safety checks.