• L&Q latest to move repairs in-house

    TOP NEWS STORY: 71,000-home landlord follows Affinity Sutton and Southern’s direct maintenance moves

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    SURVEY: Inside Housing and Wickes teamed up to find out how social landlords are redecorating their homes and the extent to which they are involving tenants. Nick Duxbury analyses the findings

  • The 'poverty tax'

    BLOG: A cut to all housing benefit claimants’ income would effectively be a ‘poverty tax’

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L&Q latest to move repairs in-house

TOP NEWS STORY: 71,000-home landlord follows Affinity Sutton and Southern’s direct maintenance moves

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Survey shows overheating concern

03/07/2015 | By News team

Two in three professionals working in housing sustainability who responded to a survey have said they are concerned about overheating of homes.

Off-site scheme

Liverpool landlord begins work on off-site scheme

03/07/2015 | By Pete Apps

A Liverpool landlord has begun preparing a site for an innovative off-site build project where 33 homes will be built in a factory and craned in.

Packing cases

Landlord defends planned commune eviction

03/07/2015 | By Pete Apps

A housing association has issued a lengthy-defence of its decision to move out residents of ‘communes’ in London, claiming it is simply ‘carrying out its responsibilities as a landlord’.

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Welsh landlord secures £25m deal

Welsh landlord secures £25m private placement

03/07/2015 | By Pete Apps

A Welsh landlord has secured a £25m private placement with a single UK investor.

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NHS development support offer to social landlords

02/07/2015 | By Carl Brown

The NHS is offering support to social landlords and other developers to help ‘design in’ health and modern care into new developments.

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HCA announces appointment of new regulation head

02/07/2015 | By Carl Brown

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has announced the appointment of an interim director of regulation.

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Tackling homelessness early could save huge costs

02/07/2015 | By Emily Twinch

Tackling homelessness early could save public services up to £18,000 for every person helped, according to research published today by homelessness charity Crisis.

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Housing CEO to sit on health service commission

02/07/2015 | By Carl Brown

The chief executive of a large Midlands housing association will sit on a commission on the future of the National Health Service.

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We have already seen some of the benefits of welfare reform – and there is more to come, says Lord David Freud

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The clock strikes 12

The extension of Right to Buy to housing associations has dominated conversations in housing circles for the last couple of months

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Just in case you were still wondering, the fresh leaks of the cuts the government is considering in the Budget leave no room for doubt.

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Top 60 Sustainable Developments of the year 2015

Top 60: Sustainable Developments of the Year

TOP 60: Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next 10 weeks. Michael Atherton reports on the best sustainable housing developments of the year.

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  • Top 60: Sustainable Developments of the Year

    TOP 60: Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next 10 weeks. Michael Atherton reports on the best sustainable housing developments of the year.

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  • Holiday profit

    ANALYSIS: Short-let holiday sites such as Airbnb are coming under fire for reducing the supply of housing where resources are scarce. Is this a problem for the UK’s social landlords? Alex Turner investigates

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  • The tipping point

    ANALYSIS: Housing associations have just finished a booming year of building. Pete Apps reports on this year’s list of housing’s 50 biggest builders. Additional research by Gene Robertson

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  • Top 60 Developments: Affordable Housing Developments of the Year

    AWARDS: Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. To start us off, Michael Atherton reports on the best affordable housing developments of the year.

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  • Future challenges for housebuilding

    ANALYSIS: Inside Housing and H+H UK brought together sector leaders to discuss the barriers and opportunities for housebuilding in the next parliament. Reni Eddo-Lodge reports

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  • Oldham's best

    INTERVIEW: One of the youngest council leaders in the country, Jim McMahon, is leading Oldham as the government devolves a range of new powers to Greater Manchester. Reni Eddo-Lodge reports

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  • Field day

    ANALYSIS: Building on brownfield is the preference of the new government, but how viable is it? Mark Wilding reports on the practicalities and the possibilities

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  • BME landlords: the future

    ANALYSIS: BME landlords are plotting their future, Martin Hilditch found out more.

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  • Strength in numbers

    INVESTIGATION: Is the regeneration of some London estates leading to a decline in the number of social rent homes? Kate Youde investigates

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  • Operation NHS land

    ANALYSIS: The NHS has been tasked with selling its ‘surplus’ land. But will this boost the supply of affordable housing? Jess McCabe reports

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