Closed organisation: Homes and Communities Agency (HCA)
The HCA equality objectives consultation sets out our proposals for our future equality objectives from 2016 to 2020.
The regulator is proposing to revise and strengthen the existing Value for Money Standard and publish a supporting new Code of Practice.
This consultation contains proposals on clarifying and strengthening our TIE Standard and the rationale for this change.
We have agreed management responsibility for this policy and statement and received unanimous endorsement from our Executive Management Team and our Board.
This consultation contains our proposals on introducing fees for social housing regulation in 2017.
We are seeking views on the procurement of Delivery Partner Panel 3 (DPP3).
This prospectus invites expressions of interest from local authorities who want to see land developed by accelerated construction.
Seeks views on a new determination to recover capital grant given to Unregistered Bodies (bodies not registered with the Social Housing Regulator).
Consultation on changes to the registration criteria for entry onto the register of social housing for England, new registration criteria for bodies arising out of restructures and on changes to the guidance on the use of powers.
The recovery of capital grant: a consultation on proposals for a revised determination 2016.
This prospectus invites expressions of interest from local authorities outside of London to use the new £1.2 billion Starter Home Land Fund.
This consultation is on changes to the accounting direction for providers.
Describes the potential to increase the effectiveness of construction through the sharing and use of data.
Describes the potential to achieve 10 to 20% reduction of cost on building sites and build homes more quickly through the use of homes constructed off site.
We're helping to get Britain building again, through schemes like the NewBuy Guarantee, New Homes Bonus and loan guarantees for developers.
We're investing in coastal and seaside areas to help reverse their economic decline and to create opportunities for jobs and businesses.
We're improving the quality and quantity of social homes for rent and encouraging investment in the private rented sector.
We are committed to providing housing advice and housing support services to those who need it most.
Local enterprise partnerships and enterprise zones have been created to drive public sector growth and reduce administrative burdens.
We're helping people wanting to own their own home through schemes like the Help to Buy and Right to Buy and encouraging self-builders.
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