Social landlords celebrated their achievements on Wednesday night at the annual UK Housing Awards, organised by Inside Housing and the Chartered Institute of Housing.
Labour has released new research showing an average of nearly 1,000 more homes have been built in councils under its control since 2010, as it seeks to make housing a battleground of the election campaign.
The Welsh Government has allocated nearly £150,000 of funding for co-operative housing.
The Welsh Government’s leading official on housing associations has called for greater transparency within the sector following the Public Accounts Committee’s (PAC) inquiry into regulation.
Housing leaders have called on the next government to scrap the high-value asset levy for councils ahead of the publication of political manifestos.
The winner of Inside Housing’s competition to produce a short film about homelessness or the housing crisis will be announced next week at a screening of shortlisted entries.
Clarion has submitted outline plans to develop 2,800 new homes on the Eastfields Estate in Mitcham, the Ravensbury Estate in Morden and the High Path Estate in South Wimbledon.
Sajid Javid has lifted his block of a planned compulsory purchase order (CPO) which was delaying a major south London estate regeneration scheme.
As Welsh housing figures attend Tai 2017, Sarah Harris of Community Housing Cymru highlights a number of innovations from its members which could inspire associations in other parts of the UK
The sector must renew its commitment to supporting people in hardship, says Wheatley Group’s Martin Armstrong
As the NHS puts more of a focus on health creation, housing providers are well-placed to contribute, says Merron Simpson, chief executive of the New NHS Alliance
The Chartered Institute of Housing is launching a new research project looking at the relationship between councils and associations. Faye Greaves explains more