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So housing associations are now classified as public sector – what’s all the fuss about?

The day before Halloween, the Office for National Statistics reclassified housing associations as public sector corporations. The horror story to […]

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A vision for 2040

As Welsh Housing Quarterly magazine celebrates its 25th birthday, Judy Wayne offers her vision for what housing and Wales might look like in another […]

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In Depth Assessments – Business as usual?

We’ve been working a lot with housing associations on understanding what to expect from a Social Housing Regulator in depth […]

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Surviving an IDA pilot

With our G1-V1 status we were very keen at WDH to put ourselves forward as one of the 10 registered […]

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What next for local authorities: challenge of the new freedoms

The localisation of business rates in London in 2019 provides the opportunity for local authorities to think differently about how […]

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Is that the smell of coffee or the sound of chickens coming home to roost?

Prime Minister David Cameron has vowed to boost home ownership as part of what he has called a “turnaround decade” […]

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Mergers and acquisitions: are you prepared for the new landscape?

You’d be forgiven for walking into a discussion about mergers and acquisitions (M&A) if it conjured up images in your […]

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London Local Authorities – the powerhouse for the south

The localisation of business rates in London in 2019 provides the opportunity for local authorities to think differently about how […]

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Now is not the end of the sector, it’s about being fit to survive

“It is for you to decide whether and how you will need to reconfigure your business in the light of […]

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A life in housing

Last month, Altair Associate Director Helen Cope celebrated 40 years in housing. During her career she has been a housing […]

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