Places for People is setting off on a series of roadshows next week as it looks to raise some unsecured funding from the debt capital markets for its affordable housing registered subsidiaries.
Peabody has secured an £125m funding facility from a new US investor in a deal negotiated during the EU referendum period, with an initial drawdown at below 3 per cent.
Derwent Living’s registered provider parent has been given non-compliant governance and viability ratings after a regulatory in-depth assessment (IDA) flagged a string of concerns, from risk management and reporting to its ability to meet margin calls.
Paradigm has failed to keep on top of its gas safety certificates on a small number of its 14,000 homes, resulting in a potential for serious detriment to its tenants.
First Wessex and Sentinel are in early merger talks to create a 30,000-home association.
Hightown Housing Association has taken the transfer of 30 care and support services from Radian Housing Group.
Profits from sales pass £1bn mark but rise just 3% as proportion of housing associations’ net surpluses.
RPs’ sales proceeds set to increase further in 2015/16.
More HAs join list of those with deficits above £2m.
Housing associations’ average cost of funds fell slightly in the last financial year to 4.59 per cent.
Investment in new build and major refurbishment up 8%
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A round-up of main deals involving housing providers, local authorities and the private sector