In this section:

ARCH annual report


The ARCH annual report for 2015-16 is now available to view.


Download it here.

Homes England & new Regulator launched 19/01/2018 Labelled as Legislation

A new national housing agency - Homes England - was formally launched by Housing Secretary Sajid Javid on 11 January 2018. Homes England, as the successor to the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), will be responsible for driving forward change, as set out in the government's housing white paper.


The HCA was established in 2008 as the government's housing, land and regeneration agency, and the regulator of social housing providers in England.


The Chancellor announced in the Autumn Budget that the Homes and Communities Agency would be launched as Homes England and Homes England will develop a new commercial approach to acquiring, preparing, managing and developing land in areas of high demand and strategic importance.


Alongside the launch of Homes England the regulatory function has been established under a separate identity as The Regulator of Social Housing (RSH) but until legislation is enacted for the regulator to be established as a standalone body, Homes England and RSH will both legally remain as functions of the HCA but will operate with distinct corporate identities. 

Like emailLink
ARCH Member Comments 1 people like this