The coalition government has not achieved significant success against its housing goals and is building fewer homes than the previous Labour government.
A major institutional investor has announced plans to invest £1.5bn in regeneration projects across the UK, including for rented housing.
The number of people applying for welfare assistance in Scotland shot up 33% in a year, according to official figures released today.
A UK minister has denied claims by the Scottish First Minister that Westminster would affectively be able to veto the Scottish Government’s changes to housing benefit under draft devolution plans.
The UK Statistics Authority (UKSA) is probing the Department for Communities and Local Government’s (DCLG) controversial plan to publish key housing data less regularly.
The Right to Buy elevates ideology above the public good, writes Colin Wiles
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