The Cheyne Social Property Impact Fund has purchased a 338-unit portfolio of residential properties in Croydon, thought to be worth £51.8m.
Central London’s rental market is “beginning to show signs of topping out”, according to National Landlords Association figures released today.
Essex-based housing association Colne has retained its A+ credit rating from ratings agency Standard & Poor’s, but has had its long-term outlook downgraded to negative.
A housing association in the South East will no longer have to demolish 35 newly-built homes after winning a planning appeal.
Sovereign is bringing its Hampshire repairs service in-house in a bid to save £2m over five years.
Housing associations in Bristol have called on the new mayor to free up land for housing.
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The number of children in temporary accommodation in Scotland has soared by 17% in a year, the latest government statistics reveal.
A major North East landlord has maintained its credit rating following a downgrade earlier in the year.
Manchester City Council has set out its own definition of affordable housing which is based on an average household’s income.