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These annual reports set out the activities of Homes England, including that of predecessor organisation the Homes and Communities Agency.
Workers' disclosures received by the Homes and Community Agency in its capacity as regulator of social housing.
This annual report sets out the activities of the Homes and Communities Agency over the past year.
Information on DCLG, PINS and HCA prompt payment of invoices.
What happens to the audited accounts of registered providers once the HCA has them.
Plans showing how departments and their regulators are ensuring that their approach to regulation supports innovation.
The general requirements for the accounts of private registered providers of social housing.
Details of schemes that are now closed for applications.
The Statistical Data Return (SDR) is an annual survey completed by all English private registered providers of social housing.
Request for annual accounts of registered providers.
How to apply for funds supporting smaller housing developments.
Charitable status and tax issues connected with affordable home ownership.
This plan shows how the regulator of social housing is ensuring its approach to regulation supports innovation.
These guidelines outline how the Homes and Communities Agency logo should be used.
This consultation is on changes to the accounting direction for providers. The changes are required to reflect revisions to the regulatory framework.
The regulator is proposing to revise and strengthen the existing Value for Money Standard and publish a supporting new Code of Practice.
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