Affordable rent
Secure tenancy
Reputable landlord
Community investment
High quality homes

Investor relations

Our business plan has strong growth ambitions, which will be managed through a prudent framework for planning and decision making, provided through a set of agreed ‘financial golden rules’. These are designed to recognise business risks and govern our operating margins, net debt/turnover, sales as a percentage of turnover and social housing interest cover.

The business plan is also regularly stress-tested, both on single variant scenarios as well as more intense ‘multi-variant’ scenarios.

Beyond Housing Group strives to maintain diversification in its funding sources. The Group is committed to maintaining a strong investment grade rating and is currently rated by Moody’s as A2 (unstable).

Maintaining a strong financial position enables us to continue building the vital homes our communities need and investing in our customers and communities so they can succeed and thrive.

Investing in sustainability

We are committed to sustainability, and genuinely care about the work we do to transform the lives of our customers. We pride ourselves in adding social value to our communities, delivering a wide range of services that support and enhance people’s quality of life.

We work towards improving the economic, social and environmental wellbeing of the people living in communities. These benefits cover a wide range of activities, including the creation of apprenticeships and jobs, sub-contracting to local social enterprises, or working with residents to create new and improved community spaces.

You can view our Sustainable Bond Framework (SBF) here and our Second Party Opinion (SPO) here.

Moody’s Investors Service

Announcement of Periodic Review: Moody’s announces completion of a periodic review of ratings of Beyond Housing Limited

The credit profile of Beyond Housing Limited is supported by the housing association’s strong interest cover ratios and ample liquidity coverage. The credit profile also incorporates Beyond Housing’s lower profitability and high gearing compared to peers as well as its growing exposure to market sales.