Smaller housing associations have been told to notify the regulator immediately if they think they cannot cope with the changes announced in the Budget.
Britain’s biggest trade union has warned housing associations “not to underestimate its determination” to protect staff pensions, following the announcement of increased contributions.
Social landlords could make significant savings on refurbishment works, following a ‘landmark’ legal ruling freeing them to enter into more cost-effective contracts while recovering service charges from leaseholders.
A major London housing association has ditched affordable and social rent from its development plans, in a response to George Osborne’s ‘watershed’ budget.
A west London borough has announced it no longer has any families in bed and breakfast accommodation, for the first time in four years.
Inside Housing’s innovation research survey to find the landlords with the most creative organisational cultures closes at the end of the day today.
Around 29% of housing starts in the first quarter of 2015 were homes developed specifically for rent, a new report backed by the British Property Federation has said.
New homes registered by councils and housing associations increased 7% to almost 10,000 in the second quarter of 2015.
We should ignore our ‘inner chimp’ and listen to our tenants, and be more understanding, says Mr Anonymous
News that Genesis is to pull out of sub-market rental development will prompt further discussion about the purpose of the sector
Pete Apps considers the significance of Genesis’ planned move away from cheap rented housing.
Our ‘customer’ is the government - not our tenants, says Darren Watmough