A credit agency has changed the outlook for all the housing associations it rates to negative following the vote to leave the EU last week.
Brandon Lewis has rowed back on his pledge to build one million new homes this parliament, denying the figure was ever a target.
A local authority is to launch an investment fund through which councils can gain a return by backing housing associations’ housebuilding.
The chief executive of Manchester City Council has said local housing associations face a “big challenge” to rethink the role of social rented housing.
The full text of Brandon Lewis’ speech to the Housing 2016 in Manchester
The welfare reform minister faced criticism for failing to provide details of the government’s plan for funding supported housing, despite recommendations from the sector to solve the impasse.
Forty out of 120 housing associations have been described as “impenetrable” by a tenant interest organisation aiming to research association tenant involvement programmes.
The former head of the civil service has called on ministers to dramatically u-turn on their housing policies and instead undertake a public housebuilding programme, following the Brexit vote.
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The referendum result will have damaging repercussions for already marginalised social tenants, says Tom Murtha
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