Boris Johnson under pressure as providers struggle to hit affordable housing targets
Boris Johnson’s flagship housing strategy to build 42,000-homes per year in London has been formally approved by government.
The Greater London Authority (GLA) has confirmed work is to begin to build 457 homes, including 278 for private rent, on land it owns in south London.
A £10m fund for urban community energy projects, which can be accessed by housing associations, is set to be launched within the coming weeks.
A contractor has appointed a new chief executive as it continues to remodel its business into four key divisions.
Inside Housing’s anonymous columnist warns landlords of the worrying impact of technology on customer relations
Buried within the homes of social landlords all over the country are hundreds, if not thousands, of hoarders. Dawn Foster visits Magenta to find out how the housing association is helping tenants
The affordability of housing in London has reached crisis point for most people on ordinary incomes. Inside Housing, in partnership with Keepmoat, assembled a team of senior housing professionals to talk about solutions. Corin Williams reports
BLOGS AND OPINION
Why is there a housing crisis in England? Two photos from 10,000 feet may just have the answer.
How would the government’s own policies fare under the family test it sets out today?
New names for housing associations and another Guinness World Record attempt by Bruce Moore
Inside Housing takes a colourful look at brownfield site avalability, using government data published earlier this week.
Right to buy is the gift that just keeps taking.
The output of social rented homes is now lower than at any time since 1945
The Lyons report is all roar but needs more bite
Ebola is dominating the headlines, but social landlords should have an up-to-date policy on infectious diseases to protect employees
Social landlords who are part of the Social Housing Pension Scheme should ask themselves if they want to move away from defined benefits
Colin Wiles reports on his American road trip and his thoughts on the inequality of the housing system there