Gav was business reporter and he has now left Inside Housing.
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Housing associations trying to hit a 2015 house building deadline in order to receive government funding are facing escalating construction costs.
The Guinness Partnership is considering setting up a cost-sharing vehicle with other northern housing associations to allow it to offer VAT exemptions for its in-house contracting arm.
Riverside Group has gained a positive credit rating from Moody’s to pave the way for a possible debut entry into the capital markets.
- Guinness transfers 170 properties
- Pension funds may invest in providers
- Pension scheme risks revealed
- MPs criticise Help to buy scheme
- Court to rule on Earls Court challenge
- PfP buys second private lettings business
- House builder reveals PRS plans
After almost two years immersed in the intricacies of social housing finance, this is my last blog entry.
An overly cautious approach is preventing the housing sector from tackling the crisis it faces
You have to feel a bit sorry for the HCA. Like Doctor Dolittle’s famous two-headed pushmi-pullyu, the organisation must feel like it is being drawn in opposite directions.
- Dividing the nation
- Plus ça change
- Saving face
- Changing course
- Rating game
- Fiddling with figures
- Big issue