The government has announced it is going to provide £50m in match funding to boost a scheme designed to help small builders.
Young people and families will be priced out of rural areas, turning parts of the country into ‘pensioner pockets’, the National Housing Federation has warned.
More than three times as many homeless young people were housed by councils and charities last year than government records show.
The Welsh housing minister and four of the leading housing and equality organisations in Wales have backed the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) drive for greater diversity in housing.
One of the UK’s largest house builders completed a record number of homes in the first half of the year.
Two in three professionals working in housing sustainability who responded to a survey have said they are concerned about overheating of homes.
A Liverpool landlord has begun preparing a site for an innovative off-site build project where 33 homes will be built in a factory and craned in.
A housing association has issued a lengthy-defence of its decision to move out residents of ‘communes’ in London, claiming it is simply ‘carrying out its responsibilities as a landlord’.
We need to look outside the sector to find solutions for problems that have been with us for too long, says Jo Boaden
What’s stopping shared ownership from fulfilling its potential as the fourth housing option?
The housing sector could benefit from ingraining responsible business practice into everything it does, says Peter Walls