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Poplar Harca to apply for rent waiver as its credit rating is slashed

02/10/2015 3:09 pm | By Chloe Stothart

Poplar Harca is set to become the first housing association to apply for an exemption from the 1 per cent rent cut as ratings agency Moody’s gave the it the lowest rating in the sector.

Social Housing - Data Tables

Exclusive: rent cut could end affordable rented on some schemes

30/09/2015 10:31 am | By Chloe Stothart

Affordable rented homes may have to be severely cut or even completely omitted from some schemes if the 1 per cent rent cut takes effect, according to analysis done exclusively for Social Housing.

George Osborne

Chancellor to sign south Yorkshire devolution deal

02/10/2015 12:43 pm | By Chloe Stothart

The Chancellor George Osborne will sign a deal to devolve a range of spending powers to a group of public authorities in south Yorkshire.

Affordable homes programme 2011-15 housing association finances HCA

RPs complete 51,956 new homes in final year of AHP

04/09/2015 | By Rob Cowley

Figures show 62% rise in low cost home ownership units

non-social housing lettings

Slow growth in social units despite strong HA finances

04/08/2015 | By Rob Cowley

Analysis offers insight into £2.5bn revenue stream unaffected by rent cut.

Auditors' fees graph

Advisers support £4.1bn of funding as auditor fees top £10m

06/07/2015 | By Rob Cowley

Financing requirements and new risks offer increased work for advisory firms.

HA board pay

Board pay ticks up as highest earning chair receives £71.5k

05/06/2015 | By Rob Cowley

Sector maintains mixed approach to remuneration as some boards stay voluntary.

Social Housing backs the Homes for Britain campaign

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