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Why do I work in the housing sector?

Why do I work in the housing sector?

12 October 2017

Angela Gascoigne is Chief Executive at SHAL Housing
Ahead of her session at our Smaller Housing Associations conference next month, Angela Gascoigne explains why working in housing can help change the world.

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Using shared ownership assets to build more urgently needed homes

Using shared ownership assets to build more urgently needed homes

7 July 2017

Paul Rickard is Group Director of Finance and Resources at One Housing Group.
One Housing will be building 1,450 homes following an £85m long term financing deal with M&G Investments, an international investment manager. This deal is innovative for the housing sector, because a high proportion of the collateral comprised shared ownership properties.

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The 5-star plan for rural housing – delivering the ambition for rural communities

The 5-star plan for rural housing – delivering the ambition for rural communities

4 July 2017

Martin Collett is Operations Director at English Rural Housing Association
Rural Housing Week, which runs from 3-7 July, will see the official launch of the Rural housing 5-star plan, which has been drafted by the National Housing Federation in consultation with housing associations, and has the intention of increasing housing supply through a clear rural ambition.

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Helping local people to put down roots – whatever the tenure

Helping local people to put down roots – whatever the tenure

7 June 2017

Charlotte Carpenter is Executive Director of Growth and Business Development at Karbon Homes
The crisis of affordability in UK housing is now so great that housing associations are providing for an ever larger range of client and income groups. We want to do even more, and hope the new government will work alongside us to deliver more homes.

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