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Survey of 120 senior housing professionals by Social Housing and Lloyds Bank shows EU referendum has failed to dent the sector’s appetite to build but welfare reform remains the key risk.
Housing associations have up to £7.4bn of additional asset-backed borrowing capacity that could be used to deliver more homes, according to new research by Savills.
Recent policy changes mean that social landlords need to better understand their assets, says Richard Donnell, research and insight director at Hometrack.
Affinity Sutton sets out its approach to using data to improve its business and better serve its customers
New analysis from Hometrack reveals that market rental and capital values across England are rising in the face of rent cuts.
With the recent changes in legislation and increased emphasis on demonstrating value for money, understanding how assets perform has never been more important within the social housing sector.
Full list of winners from the 2016 Housing Association Accountancy Awards 2016.
Exclusive research by JLL and Social Housing reveals appetite and mechanisms to support traditional social housing, views on government, financing plans and funders’ expectations.
Executives need to consider a broader range of factors as they evaluate strategy and develop business plans for their assets in a wider market context, according to exclusive analysis from Hometrack.
With all eyes on efficiency and cost savings, housing providers are looking closely at procuring goods and services.
Social Housing speaks to CAF Bank about the state of the housing association sector.
There’s been one eruption – and more aftershocks are on the cards, writes James Tickell
It’s clear that the sector is in need of an overhaul.
Your Housing Group’s chief executive Brian Cronin is in no doubt about the scale of the challenge facing the sector.
Previously unthinkable changes in policy mean that today’s response by housing providers will have a key long-term impact on their balance sheets