A homelessness umbrella organisation is calling on housing and NHS service providers to audit homeless people to ensure they have support for their health needs.
A grandfather who lives with his grandson part-time has lost an upper-tier tribunal against the bedroom tax, in a blow to separated families.
A new government guaranteed bond has raised £208m of development finance for six landlords at the lowest interest rate seen in the sector, despite recent government reforms.
Glasgow’s remaining iconic Red Road 30-storey tower blocks are to be demolished later this year, as part of Glasgow Housing Association’s regeneration plans.
More than 50 councils in England have either set up or are considering setting up their own housing company, according to a survey published by regeneration firm 3Fox International.
The new Living Wage announcement has forced housing associations to barter with councils over care contracts, as one provider warns it could face costs of £10m due to the policy.
Morgan Sindall has reported increased profits on its affordable housing activities despite a drop in profit overall.
The government is “very, very receptive” to a controversial Policy Exchange report which suggested housing associations should deregister, it has been claimed.
It’s time to answer the £139bn question – what exactly is our purpose? says Steve Douglas
A new poll shows that more people favour development on the green belt.
Will the new measures to crack down on renting by illegal immigrants work?
Housing associations must innovate to avoid being marginalised in the face of the growing private rented sector, says Richard Parker