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Hyde issues £400m bond via subsidiary at 3% coupon

27/04/2017 | By Luke Cross

Hyde has issued the sector’s largest ever long-dated own name bond at the lowest coupon seen for a deal of its kind.

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PfP partners with Octopus to launch £200m retirement housing business

26/04/2017 | By Luke Cross

Places for People (PfP) and investor Octopus Healthcare have launched a £200m retirement housing business.

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London Housing Bank still in business as Network takes £20m for 'Big Blue' build to rent scheme

28/04/2017 | By Luke Cross

Network Homes has taken £20m from the London Housing Bank to support the first Build to Rent (BTR) scheme under the funding initiative, on the condition rents are charged at 80 per cent of market rates.

Glasgow Scottish housing government tarets affordable legacy

Scotland focus: surpluses of largest RSLs increase £112m due to accounting change

24/02/2017 | By Chloe Stothart

The largest Scottish registered social landlords saw reserves rise £11.8m as surpluses increased by £112.2m solely as a result of accounting changes.

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Housing minister backs sector efficiency scorecard

27/01/2017 | By Luke Cross

Housing minister Gavin Barwell has given his backing to a housing association efficiency ‘scorecard’ that aims to help the sector compare performance while driving value for money.

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Deregulation day dawns for housing: regulator to set out 'lessons learned'

06/04/2017 | By Chloe Stothart

The English social housing regulator is warning boards of the pitfalls to avoid as part of its ‘handover’ of the consent regime today (6 April 2017).

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Swan's viability rating lowered on sales risks

30/03/2017 | By Luke Cross

Swan Housing Association’s viability has been downgraded by the housing regulator

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Regulator: providers still making mistakes that brought Cosmopolitan to brink of insolvency

09/03/2017 | By Chloe Stothart

Some providers are still making the errors that almost drove Cosmopolitan into insolvency, the housing regulator has said.

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Hyde issues £400m bond via subsidiary at 3% coupon

27/04/2017 | By Luke Cross

Hyde has issued the sector’s largest ever long-dated own name bond at the lowest coupon seen for a deal of its kind.

Places for People Octopus Liberty retirement homes

PfP partners with Octopus to launch £200m retirement housing business

26/04/2017 | By Luke Cross

Places for People (PfP) and investor Octopus Healthcare have launched a £200m retirement housing business.

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Places for People Octopus Liberty retirement homes

PfP partners with Octopus to launch £200m retirement housing business

26/04/2017 | By Luke Cross

Places for People (PfP) and investor Octopus Healthcare have launched a £200m retirement housing business.

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Wheatley becomes partner in Glasgow council's R&M company

27/04/2017

Wheatley Group and Glasgow City Council have restructured the latter’s repairs and maintenance company into a ‘£3.7bn joint venture’.

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Housing minister: we will act 'as quickly as possible' on rent policy

09/03/2017 | By Luke Cross , David Blackman

Housing minister Gavin Barwell has pledged to deliver certainty over future rent policy ‘as quickly as possible’, in what marks the latest sign that the UK government sees housing associations and their investors as part of the solution to the country’s housing crisis.

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