A major North East landlord has maintained its credit rating following a downgrade earlier in the year.
A devolution deal in the North East has been scrapped by communities secretary Sajid Javid after the seven councils involved failed to come to an agreement.
Figures showing plummeting homeownership rates outside London should be a “wake-up call” for the government to devolve more housing powers to the regions.
The largest housing association in the North East has welcomed Lord Heseltine’s report on the future of the Tees Valley.
Two North East housing associations have merged to form a single 14,000-home organisation.
Too many areas of northern England are “no longer desirable places to live or work in”, according to a report by a commission looking into housing in the north.
Housing associations in the north of England have warned that their bids for funding under the government’s flagship affordable housing programme will be constrained by limited demand for shared ownership.
A housing association has scrapped its low-cost homeownership scheme after the programme failed to attract investment.