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Housing bodies call for fair deal on borrowing
 
A coalition of housing bodies has called on the government to level the borrowing playing field between councils and housing associations, as in the rest of Europe.
Regeneration quango chief leaves for Newcastle
 
Homes and Communities Agency chief executive Pat Ritchie has announced that she is leaving to take up the role of chief executive of Newcastle City Council.
Housing associations continue bond issues
 
Housing associations issued bonds worth 733 million in the third quarter of 2012, with 92 per cent of that accounted for by just five issues, according to new figures.
What should be in George Osborne's autumn statement?
 
UPDATED: More industry bodies give their wishlists for George Osborne's autumn statement.
Islington ploughs cash into residential property manager
 
The London Borough of Islington has invested 20 million of its 800 million pension fund with a residential property manager, claiming to be the first council in the capital to do so.
Pickles faces pressure over enterprise zone performance
 
A third of enterprise zones have yet to attract any business occupants, according to reports.
Wales pledges cash for innovative housing funding
 
The Welsh Assembly Government has announced an extra 16.7 million to bring public sector land into use for 1,800 new homes.
Association launches 200 million bond offer
 
Midlands housing association WM Housing Group has launched a 200 million bond issue.
About the SocInvest newsletter
 
This newsletter is produced to support the SocInvest programme of regeneration funding and finance events, now in its fifth year.
 
The SocInvest 2012 conference took place on 26 June in Westminster, London.

View pictures from the event.


29 November 2012
 

Special Report some_text Structures for institutional financing of infrastructure
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