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Special Report Preview: Accounts Digest 2016/2017

Income holds up in first year of rent cut as housing associations reduce costs.

The UK’s largest housing associations grew their turnover to more than £20bn in 2017.

 

The 202 associations in Social Housing’s analysis had over £3m units and collectively made £4.1bn in pre tax surpluses.

 

The digest sets out financial results for the associations that hold the most units in their category across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The definition of traditional, mixed group and LSVT associations in England for this report is the one used by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) in the 2016 Global Accounts...

 

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UK housing associations: audited accounts 2016/17 summary

Income and expenditure Balance sheet Financial ratios
England Number of units Gross turnover, £m Op. costs, £m Op. surplus/ turnover Net interest, £m Surplus on sales, £m Net surplus, £m Net surplus/ turnover Assets total, £m Loans total, £m Per unit, £m Gearing ratio EBITDA MRI interest cover
60 Traditionals 1,173,931 8,536 (6,212) 30% (1,126) 371 1,847 22% 75,316 30,794 26,232 49% 146%
26 Mixed 803,982 5,028 (3,477) 34% (840) 215 1,010 20% 42,746 18,482 22,988 50% 121%
60 LSVT 799,017 4,554 (3,120) 34% (627) 134 965 21% 32,539 14,879 18,621 54% 247%

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