A total of 36,400 homes were started in England in April to June, less than the 50,000-a-quarter average needed to meet the government’s one million homes target.
An enterprising combined company set up by Greater Manchester’s housing associations has been awarded a £9.7m contract to help people back into employment.
Councils in Wales prevented more than 4,500 households from becoming homeless in the first year of a new statutory prevention duty.
The government is set to miss its one million homes target as a result of market uncertainty following the Brexit vote, a consultancy has forecast.
Shareholders of a Welsh housing association have given the green light to a merger.
Concerns about land availibility, access to funding, the planning system and workforce skills could stand in the way of delivering the Scottish government’s 50,000-home affordable homes target, associations will warn today.
The English social housing regulator is keeping a “careful watch” after housing associations missed their forecast sales revenue by more than a quarter in the run-up to the referendum.
Genesis and Thames Valley have cancelled their merger plans at the eleventh hour citing “differences in style and approach”.
The market is cautious but we still require 300,000 new homes a year, says Susan Emmett
One person’s ‘landlord subsidy’ is someone else’s shortfall against their rent, says Jules Birch
Young people on average salaries in London face ever decreasing housing options, says Kate Davies
Hyde Group is still open to partnership working, despite pulling out of a “mega-merger”, says Elaine Bailey