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Labour unveils commission to investigate housing

Ed Miliband has established a commission to examine how to speed up compulsory purchase procedures and identify sites for new towns.

Plans to cream-off housing bonus cash criticised

Regeneration organisations have criticised government plans to use £400 million of New Homes Bonus receipts to fund single spending pots overseen by LEPs.

Scottish Government invests in charitable bond

The Scottish Government has pledge to invest £10 million in a charitable bond to support community-led regeneration.

MPs slam 'confusing' social housing regulation

MPs have questioned the effectiveness of the government’s financial regulation of social housing providers.

Councils make case for HRA tweaks

More than 90 per cent of council housing officers are satisfied with reforms to the Housing Revenue Account regime, but want to see a number of revisions, according to a new survey.

Poplar HARCA in £140 million bond issue

London housing association Poplar HARCA has refinanced a number of outstanding bank loans with a £140 million bond issue.

Analysis: A recipe for recovery and growth?

Alan Aisbett from law firm Pinsent Masons delves into the implications of the comprehensive spending review for regeneration and growth funding.

New Homes Bonus cash creamed off for LEP fund

Councils will be expected to contribute £400 million from New Homes Bonus receipts towards a new £15 billion growth fund run by local enterprise partnerships, chancellor George Osborne has announced.

Moody's downgrades housing association credit ratings

Credit rating agency Moody's has downgraded the issuer and debt ratings of 29 English housing associations to reflect concerns over the low levels of government support if they were to get into financial difficulties.

Rules review announced to discourage demolition

The government is planning to tweak regeneration funding to reduce the financial incentives to demolish housing.

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Affordable Housing Funding Intelligence

English Housing Associations: Lingering Downside Risks Despite Positive 2012 Results

A note from the credit ratings agency warning that housing associations moving into homes sales are a bigger risk than those which stick with traditional social lettings.

Economic and Property Market Review Q4 2012

An overview of the property market and economic conditions.

Housing Report third edition

A mid-term report on the performance of the coalition government in relation to housing policy and delivery.

Lets Get Building - The case for local authority investment in rented homes to help drive economic growth

The report calls on the government to level the borrowing playing field between councils and housing associations, as in the rest of Europe.

Review of the barriers to institutional investment in private rented homes

This report summarises the results of Sir Adrian Montague's review of the barriers to institutional investment in private rented homes, which examined how best to encourage greater investment in rental properties and sought to explore the factors that might encourage institutions to invest in new homes for rent.

Renegotiation of Section 106 planning obligations: Consultation

Proposals to allow developers to formally request the renegotiation of planning gain agreements in order to unlock development.

Housing the Nation - Summer 2012

An overview of the UK housing market including analysis of housing starts and government policy.

Disposing of land

New guidance making it easier for housing associations to dispose of vacant housing and surplus land.

Housebuilding Report 2012

Results of a survey of housebuilders garnering views on the UK housing market

Accelerating the release of public sector land for development: Main Findings from the 2012 data collection from NHS trusts

Updated list of surplus sites within the NHS in England.

Evolving London: The future shape of the capital

Research on the likeliest property hotspots in London over the coming decade

HCA land development and disposal plan

This plan sets out how the Homes and Communities Agency intends to use its landholdings to support the development of homes and employment floorspace and construction activity in support of local priorities.

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