The government is looking at imposing new legal duties on councils to provide supported housing, in a bid to safeguard a proposed housing benefit top-up fund.
Registrations for new homes in the UK fell in the weeks around the EU referendum but bounced back in August, figures reveal.
A record number of buyers purchased a home through the Help to Buy equity loan scheme in the second quarter of 2016, following an extension in London.
An east London housing association has recorded its largest-ever surplus of £28m ahead of its planned merger with L&Q.
The government is considering changing its Starter Homes policy to include rent to buy homes similar to the London Living Rent product recently announced by the Greater London Authority.
A Midlands housing association is significantly scaling up its land-led development for the first time, as it posts results showing a record surplus of £49m.
Jeremy Corbyn has pledged to remove council borrowing caps to support the party’s ambition to build 500,000 council houses in its first term in power.
The number of homelessness acceptances in England has surged by 10% year-on-year, according to the latest government figures published today.
The classification decision isn’t a crisis for Scottish housing associations, says David Bookbinder
Welsh ministers must act to ensure housing associations avoid Treasury control following the ONS decision, says Stuart Ropke
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Labour will suspend the Right to Buy and build 500,000 social homes, says Teresa Pearce