Homes and Communities Agency

Communities and Local Government written question – answered on 10th February 2010.

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Photo of John Healey John Healey The Minister for Housing

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) was established from 1 December 2008-09, though it reported in its financial statements 2008-09 on a merger accounting basis with figures covering the full financial year for 2008-09 (so including spend by the Housing Corporation, English Partnerships and also those programmes formerly delivered by the Department, during the earlier part of the year).

Information on HCA's total spending broken down by region and by local authority for 2008-09 is to be published on HCA's website in due course. In addition, spending on social housing grant by the HCA through the national affordable housing programme is already shown for each English region for 2008-09, in the agency's financial statements for 2008-09.

In-year progress in 2009-10 on national affordable housing programme regional allocations made through the continuous market engagement process is reported through quarterly regional investment statements, made available on the relevant regional pages of HCA's website.

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