A new 30,000-home social landlord is in talks with foreign investors about loans of up to £200m as it scales up its development ambitions.
A South East social housing provider has secured a £65m funding package from Lloyds Bank Commercial Bank to help deliver plans to build 800 new houses.
Places for People has been shortlisted alongside four private companies for a groundbreaking £1bn residential development partnership with two county councils.
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) plans to start selling off its land in packages to secure developers for difficult sites.
The government has named the local authorities and housing associations that will take a share of its £32m estates regeneration grant fund.
L&Q ramped up its delivery of market sale and rent units during the nine months to 31 December 2016, as its social housing activity dropped.
Four Essex councils have set up a company to oversee the development of three new ‘garden communities’ in the county, with the potential to provide up to 40,000 homes.
L&Q’s landmark £505m acquisition of one of the country’s largest strategic land companies could result in the delivery of 5,000 new homes every year.
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.