Thursday, 24 November 2016

Regulator Warns Housing Associations On Value For Money

Housing associations must improve their performance on value for money evidence, or the regulator will step in, the housing sector has been warned. Fiona MacGregor, executive director of regulation at the HCA, told the Homes 2016 event that the regulator remained ‘very strongly interested’ in value for money and called on social landlords to provide a common framework against which to measure their performance. She said: ‘We are very keen that the housing sector comes up with its own value for money metrics. If it doesn’t though, we will take a look ourselves.’ MacGregor added that she remained ‘concerned’ on the transparency of value for money statements by housing providers and said that many were still ‘weak’. Read more on the Homes Event website.

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