|Organization Name||Alliance for Sustainable and Inclusive Social Housing, France|
|Organization HQ Country||France|
|Organisation Description||The Alliance for Sustainable and Inclusive Social Housing (Alliance européenne pour un logement social durable et inclusive ) is a funding platform for projects related to social housing in France. The Alliance brings together several public and private investors under one roof, in order to pool their financing and simplify the process of accessing finance for social housing providers. Organisations involved include: • L’Union sociale pour l’habitat (USH) – the French union of social housing providers • La Banque de territoires – an arms of the French national public investment bank • The European Investment Bank (EIB) • The Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB) Since its launch in 2020, the Alliance has benefitted from €1.8 billion in loans provided by the EIB and CEB. Theses loans are accepted by the Banque de territoires, which in turn manages their dispersement to providers of affordable housing in France. In the absence of the Alliance, the providers of social housing, many of whom have limited staff resources, would have to access funding from the three financial partners separately. This would require extra time resources. In addition, given the minimum lending criteria of the EIB and CEB, many projects would be too small to normally apply for funding from these sources. For example, the EIB typically applies a minimum threshold of €20 million in order to invest in social housing projects. The Alliance will, therefore, make a significant contribution to the delive|
|Typology||Coalition / Alliance|
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