The Policy Institute at King’s College London has released its final social audit of the Cheyne Social Property Impact Fund ('the Fund'), confirming that the Fund’s approach has “offered genuine value to local authorities compared with their other options for delivering affordable housing. This is despite the Fund not generating its impact through concessionary returns…Sources have consistently reported that the quality of homes delivered by the Fund is higher than what is generally available for affordable housing, providing a new standard of what should be possible.”
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