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Housing giant issues 'unreserved apology' for repairs and maintenance failings after damning HCA report
Established by the Housing and Regeneration Act 2008, the Homes and Communities Agency was the regulator for affordable housing. It oversaw issues such as financial stability and governance. Replaced by Homes England and The Social Housing Regulator in January 2018.

HCA announces new five year plan

The government is making nearly £5bn available to build over 150,000 homes meeting a range of ownership and development options. It’s cash coming as capital...

HCA appoints memeber to Regulation Committee

A new non-executive member has been appointed to the Homes and Communities Agency’s Regulation Committee. The appointment follows an open competition conducted by the Department...

Sector surpluses strong at £3 billion

Despite rent cuts and the instability around right to buy, the social housing sector remains financially robust overall, according to the 2015 Global Accounts published...

Lewis announces review of HCA

Housing minister Brandon Lewis has announced he will launch a review into the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA). In a written statement he said: “The...

Manchester development guru returns to HCA

Having stoked up a “northern powerhouse” Deborah McLaughlin is headed back to the HCA. McLaughlin has completing her 12-month secondment to Manchester Place, helping shape...

HCA chief executive steps down

Andy Rose is to leave his post as chief executive of the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), to take up a new role in global...