Kingdom Housing Association has agreed a Revolving Credit Facility Agreement with Lloyds Bank during the coronavirus period after an open tender process run for Kingdom by ATFS. The facility is for £10 million for a term of five years at competitive rates in the current climate.
Kingdom Housing Association has appointed Ken Tudhope as its new director of finance. Currently director of finance at Weslo Housing, Mr Tudhope will take up his new role on July 1 and brings with him a wealth of experience in the sector which will prove invaluable in his work to secure funding for
Kingdom Housing Association has taken the decision to settle invoices immediately in recognition of the increasing importance of cash flow to its commercial partners during the current period of coronavirus uncertainty. A major employer and engine of economic activity across Fife, not le
Kingdom Housing Association’s Nick Pollard discusses whether the law regarding Mid-Market Renting in Scotland is outdated, counter-productive and detrimental to the affordable housing sector and its tenants and participants. The Housing (Scotland) Acts provide for the development of Mid-Market