Places for People (PfP) and investor Octopus Healthcare have launched a £200m retirement housing business.
First Wessex and Sentinel have merged to become a 30,000-home association.
L&Q has brought together more than 6,600 supported and sheltered housing units into a single business, with plans to increase revenue but questions remaining over new build amid the government’s local housing allowance (LHA) cap.
Finance director Susan Hickey talks to David Blackman about merger, Thamesmead and a housing investment fund
A new 24,000-home housing association has been created in the North East with a view to unlocking financial capacity, building more homes and offering strategic partnerships with local authorities.
Treasury advisory firm Beha Williams Norman Limited (BWNL) is joining consultancy Ark.
Investors Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life have agreed to merge.
Sir Robin Young, the group chair of Clarion Housing Group and former chair of Circle Housing, is set to stand down from his role in April 2017.
Isos Housing Group and Derwentside Homes are finalising a merger to create a 23,500-home regional association with a view to unlocking the capacity to build more mixed-tenure homes in the North East.
CEO says desire to combine ‘best of locality and national strength’ was integral part of Derwent Living joining Places for People, as group considers harnessing student housing into shared living market rent product.