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First-time buyers interested in new-build homes can apply for the new Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme
Statements to address misunderstandings about the role of the HCA and the remit of the regulation committee.
The regulator's Value for Money analysis finds material differences in reported performance between different groups of providers.
Providers being investigated for an issue regarding their compliance with the Governance and Financial Viability Standard are added to the regulator's GUR list.
RSH welcomes new legislation for managing potential insolvency in the social housing sector.
The latest quarterly survey published by the Regulator of Social Housing confirms social housing sector’s strong financial position.
Providers being investigated for an issue regarding their compliance with the Governance and Financial Viability Standard are added to the GUR list.
Six firms appointed to the regulator's legal panel
The regulator wrote to several providers of social housing.
Placing value for money transparency at the heart of the business
Providers being investigated for an issue that may impact on their compliance with the Governance and Financial Viability Standard are added to the GUR list.
The Regulator of Social Housing issued a statement about the resignation on 19 January
With the Homes and Communities Agency re-launching as Homes England, the regulator will refer to itself as the Regulator of Social Housing.
The 2017 Global accounts of private registered providers has been published alongside unit cost data
The Chair of the Regulation Committee writes to registered providers about changes to the operating environment and the regulator's requirements.
The biggest development of homes built specifically for private rent in the UK is set to receive a £65 million boost from the government.
Letters to the social housing sector and tenant organisations following the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower
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