English housing associations re-let around 5 per cent of their total stock last year, according to data released by property information company Hometrack.
The data, which was collated using figures from the Tenant Service Authority’s continuous recording of lettings and sales database, shows 137,817 homes were re-let in 2009/10.
The highest re-let rate was in the north east, where more than 7 per cent of homes were re-let. The lowest turnover was in London at 3.54 per cent. The data shows a wide disparity between re-let rates between different local authority areas.
jml Training and Consultancy has been providing training services to Housing Associations in England for a number of years.