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Negative value stock transfers and the Housing Association movement

Murie, Alan.

Negative value stock transfers and the Housing Association movement

a good practice guide : final report of research funded by the Housing Corporation

by Murie, Alan.

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Public housing -- Management -- Contracting out -- Great Britain.,
  • Housing authorities -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    At foot of cover: Housing Corporation.

    Statement[Alan Murie and Brendan Nevin].
    ContributionsNevin, Brendan., Housing Corporation.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii,45p. ;
    Number of Pages45
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20187257M
    ISBN 10070442052X
    OCLC/WorldCa45444921

    However, a stock can never fall to a negative value. A value of zero indicates that no investor is willing to buy the stock, no matter how low the price – essentially, that the corporation has. In a report on the future of housing published last year, 70,home L&Q noted that it is common for large private residential companies to review their stock every year, “with around 5% of the stock sold off annually to increase efficiencies, reduce long-term costs and make way for investment in new homes”.

    CHC and WERU), in over 70 not for profit housing associations. Approximately 30 of these are building new housing. Reprising previous reports; Large Scale Voluntary Transfer of housing stock has resulted in the following stock transfers from local authorities. Going Negative: What to Do with Negative Book Equity Stocks ABSTRACT A firm’s book equity is a measure of the value held by a firm’s ordinary shareholders. Increasingly, it is being reported as a negative number. Since the firm’s limited liability structure means that shareholders’ value cannot be negative value, negativeCited by:

    There is a considerable housing studies literature on the 'hybrid' nature of housing associations, lodged between their original social purpose and their subsequent commercial orientation. A central element in the privatization of council housing has been the development of stock transfer policy. A variety of perspectives on this process have been explored including the impact on accountability relations; however, the tenants’ experience is almost completely absent from this by:


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Negative value stock transfers and the Housing Association movement by Murie, Alan. Download PDF EPUB FB2

While most housing association homes are valued on an MV-T (market value subject to tenancies) basis – which is more closely aligned to general house prices – the main methodology for valuing ex-transfer properties remains EUV-SH (existing use value – social housing).

Negative Value Stock Transfers and the Housing Association Movement: Final Report of Research Funded by the Housing Corporation: A Good Practice Guide (Paperback) Alan Murie £ Paperback. The Causal Impact of Transfers of Social Housing Stock on Educational Attainment in England Bilal Nasim1 Abstract Between andapproximately one million social housing dwellings in England were voluntarily transferred from local authority to housing association ownership.

In exchange, housing associations were committed to managing,File Size: KB. The history; traditional housing associations, stock transfer and private finance HAs developed out of the alms house movement, founded as early as the 10th century.

In the 19th century philanthropists invested in the improvement of living conditions via housing associations such as Peabody, founded in. To cite this Article Watt, Paul()'Housing Stock Transfers, Regeneration and State-Led Gentrification in London',Urban Policy and Research, — To link to this Article: DOI: of housing association stock and looks at the following types of rationalisation: Changing property ownership: • stock swaps between associations; • transfers between associations; and • disposals on the open market.

Retaining ownership but changing management arrangements: • management agreements; and • Size: KB. This report investigates the impacts of housing stock transfers undertaken since across Britain.

Focusing mainly on ten case study post transfers in urban areas, the research examined the nature of ‘transfer promises’ and how far these had been met; the impact of transfer on organisational culture, governance and service delivery.

An Introduction to Social Housing This is an introductory guide to social housing and the role of housing providers in England and Scotland (where Riverside has stock). It focuses on the following key areas: The origins of social housing, the purpose and aims of social landlords An overview of the people housed by social landlordsFile Size: 33KB.

Social Housing Valuation Methodology The affordable housing sector is unique in that it is the only type of property asset to have its own basis of valuation. It is also unusual in that the terminology used for referring to the other, more commonly recognised, basis of valuation, is different. In this brief commentary, we explain the two.

ICSH Guidance Document: Preparing a Risk Register/ Risk Management Plan The purpose of a Risk Register is to allow a housing association identify, record and attempt to mitigate any potential risks to the organisation.

It also allows them to assign ownership of that risk Stock transfer liabilities Asbestos. It's time housing associations took social value seriously While the origins of the housing association movement are rooted in its own distinctive social mission and values Author: Matt Leach.

A practical guide to accounting for property under the cost model PricewaterhouseCoopers 4 1. Identification of parts of a building (level 1) To apply the 'component approach', it is necessary to identify the various parts of an asset.

There are two reasons for identifying the parts: depreciation and the replacement of parts. Explore books by Brendan Nevin with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ all its housing stock to one or more housing associations and a transfer landlord is a housing association that has taken on the housing authority’s stock.

The guide also includes a chapter covering partial transfers where the housing authority retains some of its stock but transfers part (usually housing in single estates orFile Size: KB.

This Sector Study examines the growth and spread of Large Scale Voluntary Transfer (LSVT) associations, their effect on the housing association stock profile at district level, the changes in vacancy rates associated with the transfer of stock needing renovation and the difference in tenant profiles of LSVT and non-LSVT associations.

In Ireland and the United Kingdom, housing associations are private, non-profit making organisations that provide low-cost "social housing" for people in need of a home. Any budget surplus is used to maintain existing housing and to help finance new homes and it cannot be used for personal benefit of directors or shareholders.

Although independent, they are regulated by the state and commonly. through right to buy and stock transfer. The political narrative from the s onwards is compelling and Davis highlights the trajectory across successive governments very clearly.

The chapter on Housing Association finance is ambitious given the array of financial models implemented by associations. The example of Leafy Glades (pseudonym)File Size: 61KB. Stock transfer housing associations recorded considerably higher median reinvestment rates compared to traditional associations.

LSVTs16 recorded a median reinvestment % result of %, while traditional housing associations recorded a median of %.

This showed in the results and suggests that stock transfers are. From Lloyd George's promise of "homes fit for heroes" to Margaret Thatcher's dream of a property-owning democracy, housing has been at the centre of British politics for more than a century.

present value, of the housing operation. This is the underlying approach which presents a starting point for negotiations if a ‘stock-transfer’ (e.g. to a housing association) is to be undertaken.

This methodology is primarily desk-based and is not commonly used in England. File Size: KB. The impact of right to buy.

09/10/ (and in the case of large scale voluntary transfer housing associations split with the local authority) before any of it can be reinvested. This means that individual areas or regions could still see a net loss of stock. The worry here is that, if delivered at all, one-for-one replacement could.by stock transfer providers, which are those housing associations that have taken on transferred stock.2 7.

Collectively, these stock transfer providers are borrowing almost £19 billion of external debt to support their long term business plans. This will be used mainly to buy homes, make improvements and build more homes. 8.Stock rationalisation is back on the agenda of social landlords in a big way.

As Inside Housing recently reported, Clarion, Your Housing Group and Moat are just some of the housing providers that have plans to sell tenanted homes. At present, Savills is working on a programme of several thousand homes – the largest for many years.