Sunday, 26 October 2014
18 November 2011
Kate Allen, Social Housing magazine
Our editor has written an article for the Guardian about land policy, and how it could boost housing supply.
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What lessons can be learned from affordable housing sectors outside of the UK - and could a pan-european or even global HA be a possibility in the foreseeable future?
While larger HAs have been adept at tapping the bond markets, the significant challenges facing affordable housing supply require a more diverse range of funding sources.
Three topics have really struck me in this edition of Social Housing magazine, all of which feed into the debate of the moment - how the country can deliver more homes.
With the focus of George Osborne’s fourth budget heavily focused on savers and those with defined contribution pension schemes, you might be forgiven for thinking that this is the budget that forgot social housing.
February saw the regulator ‘up the ante’ when it comes to housing associations reporting how they are delivering value for public money.
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