Ross Fraser HouseMark chief executive Ross Fraser has announced his plan to step down from his role in January 2017 at the age of 60.
National Housing Federation
Justine Tomlinson Tenants of supported accommodation will not be subject to the Local Housing Allowance (LHA) cap on housing benefit until April 2017 after the UK government introduced a year-long exception.
David Orr Housing associations in England have delayed or cancelled plans to build new sheltered accommodation units due to proposed cuts to housing benefit.
David Orr Five housing associations in England have opened applications to allow tenants to own their own home under the UK government’s new Voluntary Right to Buy scheme.
Delivery of homes for social rent is top priority, Minister tells Harper Macleod National Housing Conference
l-r Derek Hogg, Margaret Burgess and Lorne Crerar
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has classified housing associations in England as public non-financial corporations, leading to an estimated £60 billion increase in public sector net debt. The review by the ONS was in response to latest international guidance in the 2010 European System of
David Orr The majority of housing associations in England have voted in favour of making a voluntary deal with the UK government to extend its Right to Buy policy.
David Orr Britain’s private rents are the highest in Europe, take up the biggest chunk of people’s salaries and are among the least secure, according to new analysis by the National Housing Federation.