North East housing association Gentoo is looking for partners to support the delivery of major investment work to its housing portfolio.
£500m equity from the new joint venture will build later life communities developed and operated by Inspired Villages.
A rolling charging programme can be an important aspect of a strategic approach to managing risk, writes Jessica Church.
Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing will use the funding to support its £2.1bn plan to build 6,000 new homes over the next five years.
The “sustainable use of proceeds” deal will help 6,300-home landlord Southway Housing Trust achieve its targets across its ESG work.
The partnership aims to support growing demand for retirement communities with the sector aiming to house 250,000 people by 2030.
Stonewater has outlined its plans for all its homes to be rated at least EPC C by 2030 in its Sustainable Finance Framework.
Public and private sector partnerships are increasingly seen as a sustainable way to fund social and affordable housing, writes Karen Ng.
The government will match £15m in funding from Big Society Capital to deliver 200 homes for rough sleepers as part of a new pilot scheme.