A council chief executive with a background in housing has been put forward for the top job at Manchester City Council.
The chief executive of Northern Ireland’s housing association representative body is set to leave to take over at the helm of a specialist older people’s landlord.
Housing association Stonewater has retained its A1 rating from credit ratings agency Moody’s.
One of England’s largest housing associations is facing union action after warning supported housing staff could be dismissed and re-engaged on new terms as part of a major restructure.
Inside Housing’s news editor won a top journalism award last night.
The Scottish Government’s U-turn on the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act extension to housing associations will burden associations with additional costs, the sector has warned.
Lord David Freud, the minister for welfare reform who has overseen the introduction of Universal Credit, has announced he will retire from his ministerial position at the end of December.
The Scottish Government has launched a consultation into making housing associations in Scotland subject to Freedom of Information requests.
There are simple things we can do to help grow people into the chief executives of tomorrow, argue Boris Worrall and Alison Inman
There has been cause for celebration for the sector in recent weeks, but there are still unanswered questions, says Martin Hilditch
The black and minority ethnic housing sector needs to develop a strong framework for collective working, argues Cym D’Souza
It’s more important than ever that housing providers work with residents to tell their stories, says Steve Hayes