Affordable homes delivered through Homes England programmes are
funded by central government. The funding is administered by Homes
England to fund private registered providers, house builders,
community groups and local authorities to deliver affordable
In total 33,741 homes were completed in England through
programmes managed by Homes England (excluding London except those
administered by Homes England on behalf of the Greater London
Authority) of which 77% (25,841) were defined as affordable homes -
including affordable rent, social rent, intermediate rent and
affordable home ownership such as shared ownership and rent to
Latest housing statistics from Homes England reveal that of the
25,841 affordable homes delivered through programmes managed by
Homes England and completed in 2017-18, only 990 were provided for
19,763 homes completed in 2017-18 were for Affordable Rent
(Rents of up to 80% of the local Market Rent).
There were 42,652 starts on site in 2017-18 through programmes
managed by Homes England but only 3% of these (1,409) were homes
for social rent - although this is an increase of 459 on the 950
social rented homes started in 2016-17.
17,159 homes for Affordable Rent (Up to 80% of the Market Rent)
were started in 2017-18 - a decrease of 22% on the 22,113 homes
started in 2016-17.
Click here for a copy of the full Homes
England Housing Statistics 1 April 207-31 March 2018.