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Financial and related information for our business partners

Our strategy is underpinned by being financially strong and high performing with a rigorous approach to compliance and risk.

Total Turnover 3D Style Chart 2017 2021
Total Properties 3D Style Chart 2017 2021
Operating Surplus 3D Style Chart 2017 2021
Development Completions 3D Style Chart 2017 2021

S&P Global reaffirmed our A+ (stable outlook) credit rating in October 2021.

The stable outlook is a reflection of our strong financial management and governance of the organisation.  It’s a testament to our ongoing corporate strategy that will allow us to continue to deliver great places, great services and great tomorrows for our customers across the East Midlands.

Financial results
Regulatory performance
Bonds
Credit rating
Health and safety
Investor contacts
Quarterly management accounts
Affordable housing programme

Governance rating (G1). 'The provider meets our governance requirements as set out in our governance and viability standard.'

Viability rating (V1). 'The provider meets our viability requirements as set out in our governance and financial viability standard and has the capacity to mitigate it's exposures effectively.'

 

In 2019, we secured £200m to deliver 1,200 homes over the next five years.

The new funding structure also provides the Group with more cost effective debt. 

Constitutional documents

Financial statements

Year ended March 2021

Year ended March 2020

Valuation report

Core bond documents

Prospectus 2019

Prospectus 2022

S&P Global reaffirmed our A+ (stable outlook) credit rating in October 2021.

 

The stable outlook is a reflection of our strong financial management and governance of the organisation.  It’s a testament to our ongoing corporate strategy that will allow us to continue to deliver great places, great services and great tomorrows for our customers across the East Midlands.

The full report can be viewed here

The Regulator of Social Housing has published its annual consumer regulation review. One of its key messages was that complying with health and safety obligations remains the most fundamental responsibility for governing bodies of registered providers (housing associations). Also that it is essential that registered providers can show that they are meeting their health and safety obligations, and that tenants are not at risk in their homes.

We comply with all statutory responsibilities for fire safety, gas safety, lift safety, legionella, asbestos and electrical safety, whether stock is owned, managed or leased. We do not own or manage any properties that are more than 18m high and have no properties that are clad with aluminium composite material type panels.

As a valued investor, your primary contacts at Futures Housing Group are:

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