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to the winter edition of the Development update.

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Our General Election campaign
As part of the Homes for Britain coalition, we are calling on all political parties to commit to end the housing crisis within a generation. Find out how you can involved and the three ideas we want to present to the new government on how housing associations can be part of the solution.
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Securitisation project
We are working with solicitors Clarke Wilmott, specialists from the housing associations’ Treasury Management Group, funders and other interested parties on a project to streamline the sector’s securitisation process. 
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Autumn Statement
The Autumn Statement and National Infrastructure Plan announcement included a number of measures that have implications for the housing market and housing associations.
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The Lyons Housing Review

In October the Labour Party published the report of the independent review of housing led by Sir Michael Lyons, which set out  a ‘road map’ to deliver Labour’s intention to build 200,000 homes per year by the end of the next parliament.

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Pause for thought
Chris Buckle, Associate in the Residential Research team at Savills, considers how housing providers can manage an increased exposure to market risk in the future. Read more
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Commercial reality is key for year ahead

Adam Challis, UK Head of Residential Research at  JLL looks at the property market in 2015 and the need for higher rates of new housing supply over the longer-term.

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Analysis of the Affordable Homes Programme
We've analysed statisics for the period April to September 2014, the final set to be released before the programme closes in March 2015. Read more
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Analysis of the wider housing market

It is increasingly important for development directors to understand the trends and risks in the wider housing market. Here we analyse some of the key housing market indicators.

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In this issue
Welcome...
Our General Election campaign
Securitisation project
Autumn Statement
The Lyons Housing Review
Pause for thought
Commercial reality is key for year ahead
Analysis of the Affordable Homes Programme
Analysis of the wider housing market
Publications
Autumn Statement 2014
The Lyons Housing Review
Conferences
Revitalising Regeneration 2015
Housing Development and Asset Management Conference and Exhibition 2015
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