Aberdeen City Council is looking to become the first Scottish local authority to issue a bond as it seeks funds for its £1bn capital programme.
Rural and island communities should not be left out of plans by the Scottish Government to deliver 50,000 homes by 2021, housing associations have said.
A tougher stance on immigration as a result of Brexit would “severely limit” the capacity of the UK construction market, with the potential to further deepen the housing crisis, according to research published today.
Campaigners against an attempt to evict leaseholders from an estate are raising money to fight Southwark Council in the High Court.
The social housing regulator has downgraded a Manchester housing association following failures to do with its fire risk assessments.
Peabody has been given permission to build nearly 1,500 new homes under the mammoth 20,000-home Thamesmead regeneration project.
A London housing association has applied to build the first in a series of developments for affordable rent without subsidy using offsite construction.
A draft of an “alternative” merger code will be published for consultation later this week.
Sadiq Khan needs to find creative ways to thwart overseas investors who inflate property prices in the capital, says Tom Copley
Housing associations must find a way to help tenants struggling under the mental strain of debt, says Dave Power
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Housing associations should prioritise adaptations rather than cut funding, says Paul Smith