The UK Housing Association Data Yearbook

We collect information on all UK Housing Associations, and the people who work in them, for use in marketing, analysis, research and people looking for housing. We have been doing this online since 1997.
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The Housing 60
Issue # 1009 December 19th 2014
 
Headlines headlines-icon
Westbrook Partners close to transferring ownership to affordable housing provider after tenants’ campaign against rent rises.
English councils will face an average cut of 1.8% in their overall spending power, the government has said.
Terrie Alafat has been appointed the chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH).
A new domestic abuse offence of 'coercive and controlling behaviour' has been announced with a maximum penalty of up to five years in prison.
 
Jobs in Housing p&r-icon
 
Business & Finance nl-icon
Each indebted customer owes an average of more than £300, and 550 households had electricity cut off and 84 lost gas.
London house prices are set to stall in 2015, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) said today.
Government refusal to guarantee funding for schemes will force families to turn to food banks and loan sharks, say critics.
Housing associations will be put at financial risk from the direct payment of housing costs to tenants under universal credit, the Department for Work and Pensions' own research revealed today.
Housing associations providing debt advice to tenants without authorisation from the UK financial watchdog are breaking criminal laws.
 
Government nl-icon
Westminster council has been accused by its Labour councillors of ‘exporting the housing crisis to other boroughs’ through moving nearly half of its homeless families out of area.
Iain Duncan Smith's Department for Work and Pensions has been rebuked by the statistics watchdog over a claim that more than 12,000 households have found work or stopped welfare claims because of...
 
Social Housing nl-icon
Weaknesses leading to alleged fraud and corruption at a social landlord were allowed to ‘fester’ due to ‘ineffective leadership’, according to a damning report published by Hou...
DCLG figures show dip in BME allocations, but drop is less than anticipated.
 
Construction & Maintenance nl-icon
Landlords who rent out properties built in the Victorian era and early part of the twentieth century may be forced to make upgrades to make them more energy efficient, under government proposals.
One million energy efficiency measures have been installed under government schemes, with 97% of these funded through the Energy Company Obligation (ECO).
 
Planning & Regeneration nl-icon
Figures released today in HBF/Glenigan’s latest Housing Pipeline report show the moving annual total number of permissions being granted is now at 194,820 – well above the 120/130,000 leve...
Southwark Council has released a map of where it plans to build or convert 1,500 new homes over the next four years.
The Greater London Authority is planning to set up a development corporation to build up to 24,000 homes in west London.
Lego wants to be taken seriously by architects, urban planners, even MIT. Can these pricey kids’ toys teach us how to build better cities, or is it all just brand hype?
 
People & Communities nl-icon
The communities and local government (CLG) committee has endorsed the appointment of Denise Fowler as the new housing ombudsman.
Fifty staff are kept busy morning to night helping and advising struggling homeowners or vulnerable tenants on the brink of homelessness.
Mark Powell Davies, the chief executive of Colne, has announced he is to leave the Essex-based housing association after 17 distinguished years at the helm.
Peter Foreman has retired from the Link Group Ltd Board after 14 years of service including three years as Chair and four years as vice-chair.
 
Social Care nl-icon
£55m grant introduced to fund increase in carer's assessments and support wider Care Act implementation from April 2015.
 
Northern Ireland nl-icon
Northern Ireland house prices could increase by 4% next year, according to a forecast by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
The draft budget for Northern Ireland ‘does not really balance’ and fails to account for welfare reform penalties, according to a report by accounting firm Pricewaterhouse Cooper.
 
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House prices in Scotland will increase by 4% next year, a new report predicts.
Protecting the interests of tenants is the sole objective of the Scottish Housing Regulator.
Scottish housebuilders and developers say they are disappointed by the latest figures showing long periods taken to reach planning decisions.
 
Wales nl-icon
A legal obligation to report any child or adult believed to be at risk of abuse or neglect will be implemented in Wales in 2016, Health and Social Services Minister Mark Drakeford today announced.
 
Reports & Statistics nl-icon
Glasgow and Edinburgh enjoy post-referendum bounce but in most other towns growth is slowing to a crawl, finds City House Price Index.
Over the last 12 months under 10% of UK landlords have experienced a tenant dispute but when it does happen it usually concerns damage, new research has found.
Cuts to English council’s overall spending power for councils have been announced by the government, with a promise that no council will see more than a 6.4% cut. But how do the numbers differ b...
Rising economic inequality was a major cause of the financial crisis.
 
Comments & Blogs nl-icon
As is traditional in this final edition of the year, we take a look at the highs and lows of the previous 12 months.
Another day, another announcement. This week it’s the Starter Home initiative about using land not previously zoned for housing to provide starter homes for first time buyers under 40 at a 20% d...
More than one MP compared Wednesday’s debate on the bedroom tax to Groundhog Day and it was not hard to see why.
And so it happened! Five days after I posted this plea for people to help me to do something to prove that technology can help to do something about loneliness at Christmas I was at a Christmas Party ...
The coalition state the bedroom tax policy saves £500m per year and to date has saved £830m since it began on 1 April 2013.
Here’s our own selection of the best blogs we’ve published this year in welfare.
   

Data at 19th December 2014

  • Updates

    last 7 Days 863
    last 30 Days 3,110
    last 6 Months 18,539
    Financial Reports
    2014216
    2013382
    2012381
    SDR
    (Statistical Data Return)
    Year 2014
    Core Data Year 2013 (Partial) (The Continuous Recording of Lettings & Sales in Social Housing in England)
  • Housing Associations

    Parent Groups 1,736
    Subsidiaries 447
    Stock (Owned/Managed)
    (Inc. stock holding Local Authorities)
    5,127,222
    'Admin' Emails 1,733
    Group Structure
  • Senior Management info icon We don't sell the email addresses of the Contacts. It would be impossible to keep on good terms with the organisations we collect data on if we did.

    Job Responsibilities 15,302
    Chief Executive1,197
    Deputy Chief Executive272
    Chair1,094
    Managing Director376
    Corporate Services560
    Finance1,471
    Resources286
    Operations485
    Housing1,313
    Regeneration & Development1,056
    Property Services834
    Customer Services747
    Community Services847
    Neighbourhood Services327
    Environment512
    Care & Support256
    Asset Management488
    New Business251
    IT1,103
    Communications983
    Commercial Services156
    Human Resources927
    Company Secretary340
    Legal Team448
    Risk Management209
    Procurement393
    Research & Development97
    Fundraising75
    Marketing299
    Senior Surveyor70
    Residential Involvement209
    Total 17,681
       
    Photos 4,535
    LinkedIn Accounts 5,608
   

Data We Collect....

  • Housing Association Information

    • Housing Association Types
      • --  Almshouse
      • --  ALMO
      • --  Care and Support
      • --  Care Homes
      • --  Charity
      • --  Commercial
      • --  Co-Operative
      • --  Co-Own/HomeBuy
      • --  Hostel
      • --  Industrial Provident Society
      • --  Letting/Hostel
      • --  Letting
      • --  Local Authority
      • --  Registered Provider (for profit)
      • --  Sale or Lease
      • --  Social Enterprise
      • --  Stock Transfer
      • --  TMO
      • --  YMCA
    • Address Details
    • Phone / Fax
    • Web Address
    • General Email Address
    • Social Media
      • --  Facebook
      • --  Twitter
      • --  LinkedIn
      • --  Youtube
      • --  Pinterest
      • --  Blog
    • Local Authority Area
    • Registration Number
    • Description
    • Group Structure
      • --  Parent
      • --  Subsidiary
      • --  Associate
      • --  Consortium
    • Human Resource
      • --  Number of Staff
      • --  Governing Body
    • Satisfaction Data (Services, Homes, Repairs, Contractors, Neighbourhood, Value for Money)
      • --  Tenant Satisfaction
      • --  Average for Region
      • --  Average Similar Size UK Wide
    • Reports
      • --  Financial Report
      • --  Annual Report
    • News (recorded since '4th May 2011')
      • --  Articles sourced from the web by the
             Housingnet
      • --  Number of Videos
      • --  Number of Blogs
      • --  Mentioned in... (Top Sources)
      • --  The 60
      • --  News included in The 60
      • --  Average for all HAs
      • --  News added to Housingnet
      • --  Average for all HAs
    • Core Data Overview
  • Housing

    • Housing Stock
      • --  General Needs
      • --  Affordable/Intermediate Rent
      • --  Supported Housing
      • --  Care Homes
      • --  Housing for Older People
      • --  Total Stock
    • Operational Void Loss Based on
          Percentage of Rent
    • Weighted Rent Data (General Needs/
          Supported/Older People/Affordable)
      • --  National Avg. Rent
      • --  Regional Avg. Rent
      • --  Rent pw
    • Cost Per Home
      • --  Management
      • --  Repairs & maintenance
      • --  Total operating
    • Average Days to Relet
    • Responsive Repair Satisfaction
      • --  Housing Associations
      • --  Contractors
    • Stock Movement
      • --  Total Sold
      • --  Sales to Tenants
      • --  Demolished
      • --  Developed
      • --  Acquired
      • --  Letting conversion from social rent
      • --  Letting conversion from other forms
      • --  No. of sales to tenants
      • --  No. of sales to others
    • Evictions
      • --  Evictions for arrears
      • --  Evictions for anti-social behaviour
      • --  Evictions for both arrears and ASB
      • --  Evictions for other reason
      • --  Total evictions
    • Affordable Rent Lettings
    • Housing Stock by Local Authority Area
      • --  Local Authority
      • --  Owned (Units)
      • --  Percentage of our stock
      • --  Private Homes
      • --  Social Homes
      • --  Population
    • Local Authority Rent Data
      • --  General Needs
      • --  Supported Housing
      • --  Affordable
      • --  Private
  • Finance

    • Financial Summary
      • --  Turnover
      • --  Total operating surplus
      • --  Surplus for the year before taxation
      • --  Tangible fixed assets
      • --  Grants
      • --  Investment in new housing properties
    • Solicitors
    • Auditors
    • Income and Expenditure
      • --  Turnover
      • --  Operating costs
      • --  Operating surplus
      • Statement of Recognised Surpluses & Deficits
      • --  Total Reconginsed gains & losses for
             the year
    • Income & Expenditure from Social Housing
          Lettings
      • Income from Letting
      • --  Turnover from social housing lettings
      • Expenditure on Letting
      • --  Service charge costs
      • --  Management
      • --  Planned maintenance
      • --  Routine repairs and maintenance
      • --  Operating cost on social housing
             lettings
      • --  Operating subplus/ (defict) on social
             housing lettings
      • --  Void losses
    • Balance Sheet
      • Fixed Assets
      • Current Assets
      • --  Debtors
      • --  Cash at bank and in hand
      • --  Net current assets
      • --  Total assets less current liabilities
      • Financing and reserves
      • Long Term Liabilities
      • --  Net pension liability
      • --  Total long term liabilities
      • Capital and reserves
      • --  Total capital and reserves
      • --  Total financing and reserves
    • Cash Flow
      • Returns on investments and servicing of finance
      • --  Capital expenditure and financial
             investment
      • --  Acquisition,construction and
             improvement of housing properties
      • --  Management of liquid resources
      • --  Financing
      • Net debt at the end of year
      • --  Operating surplus
    • Debtors
      • Amounts falling due within one year
      • --  Social Housing Grant receivable
    • Rent Debt
      • --  Social Housing
      • --  Affordable Housing
    • Chief Executive Pay Per Home
    • Bond Details
      • --  Amount
      • --  Tenure
      • --  Rate
      • --  Maturity Date
    • Service Charge
    • Board Member Remuneration
      • --  Total Board Members
      • --  Chair
      • --  Total Salary paid for everyone except the
             chair
      • --  Average Salary Paid
    • Employee Information
      • --  Chief Executive pay
      • --  Number of Employees (No.)
      • --  Number of Employees earning over
             £100,000
      • --  Total staff costs
      • --  Wages and salaries
      • --  Social security costs
      • --  Pension costs (employer's
             contributions)
      • --  Redundancy costs
    • Rating
      • Moody
      • HCA
        • --  Governance
        • --  Viability
   

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Analysis
   

FAQ

How many organisations do you collect data on?
Housing Organisations – 2,605
Local Authorities – 436
We also have information on other affiliated organisations such as Consortiums and Contrators.

How often is your data updated?
We update in real-time from a number of different sources so changes are being made every working hour.

Do you guarantee your data?
No, we cannot, there is too much of it. We do though guarantee that our contact data is the best available in the UK.

We have being collecting Housing Association data since 1997 and selling it for the past 12 years.
How do I access the data?
Once your account has been activated, all Housingnet website data will be unlocked for you to view online. A large amount of data can be exported in spreadsheet format from the Export Panel.

Can I export the email address of these 'Contact Names'?
No. Only general email addresses for each organisation e.g.. admin@ha.org.uk can be exported.

Does the export contain contact names for Executive Management and Heads of Departments?
In the Export Panel you can see the responsibility of the contacts we hold on the database. Some will be duplicates as the Chief Executive of the Parent company will usually be the same for its subsidiaries.
Which departments do your contact names cover?
Executive Management, Housing, Corporate Services, Finance, Procurement, Risk Management, Asset Management, Operations, Regeneration & Development, Property Services, Quantity Surveyor, Environment, Research & Development, Communications & IT, Community Services, Customer Services, New Business, Marketing, Residential Involvement, Neighbourhood Services, Fundraising, Care & Support, Resources, Human Resources, Legal, Chairperson
How many times can I export data?
With the Unlimited licence you can export data as often as you wish over a 365 day period. Our Contact Name Lists are built on the day of purchase.

The organisation that I work for isn't listed in your database, what should I do?
Click here to send us an email and let us know.

Can I speak to someone on the phone?
You can call us on 020 8772 6426 or send an email.