On the 15th September 2017, the Leeds Jewish Telegraph featured a story on the challenges LJHA are facing:
“Since April, 2016, housing associations have been forced by central government to reduce their rents by one per cent annually until at least 2020.
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) expects that housing associations still continue to develop new homes on a regular basis.
“While all this represents a challenge for us, it also creates opportunities and opens new doors to look at innovative ways to fund and invest in the development of new homes,” said LJHA chief executive Lee Bloomfield.”
See the full story on the Jewish Telegraph Website here.