The Health & Safety Executive is considering allowing housing associations more flexibility around the timing of gas safety checks following concern in the sector about current rules.
A council has been ordered to review its housing allocations policy after a judicial review claimant argued it was discriminatory against Gypsies and Travellers.
The Chartered Institute of Housing in Northern Ireland has called for mandatory licensing of private landlords.
The Department for Work and Pensions has announced individual local authority Discretionary Housing Payment allocations for 2016/17.
Planned estate regeneration schemes could see more than 7,000 socially rented homes lost from London, a political party has warned.
England’s largest housing association has announced plans to restructure its business, providing a clearer separation between its social and commercial arms.
A London landlord has been placed on the social housing regulator’s ‘watch list’ after a number of reviews into its operations.
John Healey will officially launch the Labour-commissioned Redfern Review into homeownership today.
The merger code will enable housing associations to safeguard their mission, says Steve Douglas
The amount of money councils have handed back to the government since Right to Buy discounts were increased breeds a lack of trust
Housing Associations are vulnerable to a new cyber threat, warns Tim Miles.
New rules on immigration checks could lead to further discrimination and pressure on homelessness services, says John Perry
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