2020 was a truly unprecedented year with COVID-19 prompting global lockdowns, record-breaking government stimulus packages and all-time low interest rates. Despite the turbulence, the Retail Charity Bond platform has continued to deliver for borrowers over the year – both in terms of new issuance and
Allia C&C is pleased to share our latest issue of ‘Care Thoughts’. Care Thoughts is a series of think pieces dedicated to raising awareness of key topics and challenges relating to funding the charitable care sector, and provoking meaningful action to address these problems.
Funding for care assets is less accessible and more expensive than for social housing. Henrietta Podd, director – debt capital markets at Allia C&C, outlines the financial perspective on the care sector. This article was first published by Social Housing
Allia C&C, the financial services arm of Cambridge-based charity Allia, is pleased to announce the opening of an office in Glasgow to serve its clients in Scotland and the North of England. It has appointed Peter Freer to head the office where he will be
New Gorbals Housing Association has received a loan of £3.5 million arranged by Allia C&C under its charitable bond programme with Scottish Government. The loan will allow New Gorbals Housing Association to develop 55 units for social rent as part of the mixed tenure regeneration
Ayrshire Housing has received a loan of £8 million through a charitable bond arranged by Allia C&C. It is the third and the largest loan that the association has received under Allia C&C’s programme with Scottish Government.
Lochalsh & Skye receives £4m charitable bond funding Lochalsh & Skye Housing Association has received a loan of £4 million through a charitable bond arranged by Allia C&C. It is the second loan that the association has received under Allia C&C’s programme with Scottish Government,
Berwickshire Housing Association is pleased to announce its new partnership with Allia C&C to support the financing of their ongoing development programmes across Berwickshire for affordable housing and its vision to create thriving rural communities.
Kingdom Housing Association has received a donation of almost £4.9 million from the Scottish Government through the Scottish Charitable Bond programme managed by Allia C&C for the development of 60 homes for social rent at Primrose Street, Alloa.
The Scottish Government has confirmed it will invest a further £40 million in Allia C&C’s Scottish charitable bond programme for 2020/21, to help continue to deliver its social housing targets.