Most housing associations have until the end of September to publish their financial statements for 2020/21. Here are our latest reports as the biggest developing providers reveal their figures from a difficult year

Housing associations’ financial statements 2020/21

One Housing falls to £26m loss G15 landlord says its results hit by covid, fire safety costs and a development write-down

Home Group posts 35% drop in surplus Pandemic blamed for reduction in asset sales and lower development 

Aster increases turnover despite drop in shared ownership sales Social housing rent increases offset Covid-19 hit to shared ownership income 

A2 Dominion reports surplus down 74% but completions up G15 housing association boosts completions by 82%

LiveWest reports 22% drop in surplus South-west based association LiveWest impacted by pandemic disruption and increased fire safety and debt restructuring costs

Notting Hill Genesis bucks trend with 48% increase in surplus Housing association increases turnover and surplus with sales revenue boost

Sovereign posts drop in surplus due to lower property sales Landlord increases turnover despite drop in sales of land and shared ownership homes

L&Q’s investment in new homes falls 43% Housing association misses completions targets amid pandemic lockdown

Bromford misses completions and reinvestment targets Housing association increases surplus but new-build activity hit by covid-19

Hyde Group posts deficit after £155m refinancing costs Large housing association increases starts by 84%

Clarion posts 27% fall in surplus due to pause in stock sales Pandemic hits stock disposal plan and housing starts

Platform misses completions target amid covid disruption Housing association misses completions targets amid pandemic lockdown Housing association builds 909 homes, a fifth less than expected, as pandemic hit