A proposal for a twelve-month special administration process for housing associations is set to be tabled in the Housing and Planning Bill, along with reassurance that secured creditors will be given priority ahead of keeping stock in the social housing sector.
Housing associations secured almost £1bn in private placements in 2015, marking a 72 per cent increase on the previous year, according to Social Housing research.
Former head of housing finance at RBS talks to Luke Cross about regulation, new deals and that legacy loan book.
Social impact company plans £500m investment and looks to register HA with board including Steve Amos and Keith Jenkins.
Housing providers are taking various approaches when assessing what ‘breaks their business’, finds Chloe Stothart
English HA staff numbers increase by less than 1 per cent.
The accounts of 221 UK social landlords show the average chief executive pay package – including bonuses, performance-related pay and benefits in kind but excluding employer’s pension contributions – was £147,963.
Accounts Digest for 2014/15 shows financially strong sector ahead of political shake up.
Sales rebound in the last year but London increase is slower than rest of country.
Now is the time to get the debate going and reach a new settlement with government – before the well-connected ‘think tanks’ occupy this space…
It’s worth considering the disharmony between defined contibution and defined benefit schemes – it may be a source of inequality among staff.
Boards are faced with uncertain implications from the changes to housing policy: but there are opportunities for improved decision making.
Compiling an asset and liability register can add real value to the decision-making in your business.
Judging by what we’ve seen in the first few days of 2016, the rapid pace of housing policy reform is showing no sign of abating.
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