Social Housing news in North east

Northern specialist

Senior reporter, Inside Housing

Heather Spurr

Senior reporter and campaign editor

E-mail: heather.spurr@insidehousing.co.uk

Phone: 020 7772 8362

Fax: 020 7772 8591

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Clarion and Genesis named in £32m regeneration allocation

24/03/2017 | By Nick Johnstone

The government has named the local authorities and housing associations that will take a share of its £32m estates regeneration grant fund.

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Northern housing associations launch £180m procurement framework

03/03/2017 | By Nick Johnstone

A social housing consortium has launched a £180m contractors’ and consultants’ framework with a group of companies to build 2,000 homes between now and 2021.

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Stable rating for association after summer downgrade

20/12/2016 | By Caroline Thorpe

A major North East landlord has maintained its credit rating following a downgrade earlier in the year.

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Javid pulls plug on North East devolution deal

09/09/2016 | By Sophie Barnes

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.

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Falling homeownership 'wake-up call'

04/08/2016 | By Pete Apps

Figures showing plummeting homeownership rates outside London should be a “wake-up call” for the government to devolve more housing powers to the regions.

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North east association welcomes Heseltine report

14/06/2016 | By Simon Brandon

The largest housing association in the North East has welcomed Lord Heseltine’s report on the future of the Tees Valley.

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North East landlords complete merger

02/06/2016 | By Pete Apps

Two North East housing associations have merged to form a single 14,000-home organisation.

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'Lyons review for the north' publishes interim report

16/05/2016 | By Carl Brown

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.