The latest on social housing finance, including news, views and analysis on lending, bonds, institutional investment, grant rates, affordable rent, and regulation.
A house building ‘factory’ that could produce 1,000 homes a year for 40 social landlords could be up and running by 2016.
A chief executive who departed a housing association after assuming responsibility for the loss of £30m in a bungled regeneration project has received a six-figure payout.
House builders have warned the Scottish Government that improved activity in the housing market could be constrained due to the funding for the Help to Buy scheme running dry.
Social landlords don’t know whether contractors are requesting payment for the right amounts, warns Theresa Mohammed
The scale of the crisis in housing supply is increasingly well rehearsed, writes Emma Maier
Smaller landlords such as Gateway are in a position to step up delivery under the 2015-18 grant programme
A legal change will boost Scottish social landlords’ shared equity sales