This page contains links to our major financial news announcements. For more, visit our corporate news page.
29 July - Solid performance delivered for 2018/19
Our financial and operational performance results demonstrate our focus on being able to withstand severe shocks to the housing sector, including a no-deal Brexit.
Group Finance Director Peter Denton will take over as our new Chief Executive, following Elaine Bailey’s retirement later this year.
We are thrilled to announce that Peter Denton has been named Finance Director of the Year at the Housing Finance Awards.
15 March - Hyde receives A+ rating from Fitch Ratings
We are pleased to announce that Fitch Ratings, one of the big three credit rating agencies, has rated us an A+ with a stable outlook.
19 September - Financial results announced
We announce financial results and operational performance for the 12 months to 31 March 2018.
12 March - Stock Rationalisation
We have exchanged contracts with Southern Housing Group on a £45m stock transfer. The transfer is part of a successful stock rationalisation programme.
17 November - £750m refinancing completion
We completed the final phase of our current finance strategy. Our parent entity undertook a £760m corporate refinancing involving five banks, which gives it a modern and flexible financial framework.
4 October - Our strong financial results for 2016/17
We had an impressive year with an underlying surplus of £98.4m, an increase of £2.7m on the previous period.
We have made history by issuing an oversubscribed bond for £400m.
11 April - Rochester Riverside regeneration
Countryside, the Hyde Group, Medway Council and the HCA (Home and Communities Agency, now Homes England) announced a £400m development agreement to regenerate Rochester Riverside in Kent.
Our first joint venture with Hill, the award-winning top 15 UK house builder, will create 287 new homes in North West London.
31 March - Hyde retains top ratings from the HCA
We were awarded the highest ratings for financial viability and governance by regulator the Homes and Communities Agency (now Homes England).