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The next two years will see unprecedented changes to the funding of social housing. From large scale cuts to housing benefit to big increases in rents, in less than a year from coming into power, the coalition government has made massive alterations to the way the sector is financed.
With less money coming from Whitehall, tenants are likely to find themselves paying more while landlords are forced to provide new services to top up their income. This year more than any other, finance directors across the land will have to grapple with some major new entries on their profit and loss accounts. Here, we take a look at the social housing sector's new-look balance sheet. Read More: