L&Q has secured an £100m loan facility from new lender RBC Capital Markets (RBC), and extended its existing arrangement with HSBC.
Affinity Sutton and Circle Housing Group have entered merger talks in a move the two London-based associations have said could create Europe’s largest housing association.
Notting Hill Housing has almost doubled its surplus following steep rises in surplus from sales.
Financing requirements and new risks offer increased work for advisory firms.
Sector maintains mixed approach to remuneration as some boards stay voluntary.
Market-related, shared ownership and asset sales provide £855m of profits.
HAs continue to refinance legacy loans via debt capital markets.
Rent rises may offer increased revenue, but Pay to Stay raises a tangle of strategic questions.
We need to respond positively, to avoid the temptation to act as if we have been the victims of a pernicious government.
A basic agenda for the upcoming board ‘awayday’ after the game-changing summer Budget.
The double whammy: councils face significantly reduced income; their tenants face tighter household budgets.
As the sector moves into a less certain future, what should boards be looking out for?