Homeless people were forced to evacuate hostels last night as fatal storms ripped through the UK.
A housing association chief executive has paid tribute to the inspiration that Nelson Mandela provided for the black and ethnic minority housing association movement in the UK and has said his death should inspire action from the South African government.
Council borrowing caps will be lifted by £300 million to fund the building of 10,000 new homes, the Chancellor announced today.
Jim Dennison, head of operations at the Chartered Institute of Housing Northern Ireland, is leaving to take up a new role as a chief executive for a homelessness charity.
Nick Duxbury casts a critical eye over the events and outcomes of the autumn statement
The Care Quality Commission has taken the unusual step of publishing two damning reports into housing association-run care homes in one month. Heather Spurr investigates why standards are slipping
My gran will be celebrating her 90th birthday this Christmas surrounded by her family, having just moved hundreds of miles away from her home of more than 40 years.
Will housing be a winner or a loser in George Osborne’s Autumn Statement? Here’s my live blog. Updated 17:00
Derek Long almost hits the panic button, Closed Circuit was embarrassed for Emma Reynolds and a postponed Malaysian adventure
Help to buy has distorted the psychology of the housing market, writes Colin Wiles.
Although the chancellor recognised that housing supply is an issue in the autumn statement, he failed to offer game-changing policy
It is exasperating that some tenants refuse to help themselves - Inside Housing’s anonymous columnist knows the reason why
New research has dispelled some myths about the needs of ageing black and minority ethnic communities, says Mushtaq Khan
For housing associations, ‘commercial’ is the word of the year - but it has many meanings, says Steve Douglas
A change in legislation may limit how unions fight for their members
Employers have the right to conduct alcohol testing but only in certain circumstances, warns Richard Leslie
Dirty tactics at a Cardiff conference, Lord Freud’s bedroom tax blunder and Boris show he’s taking housing seriously by lending a hand