Clarion chair Sir Robin Young has announced his intention to stand down from the organisation at the start of April.
More than one in four construction workers in London are from EU countries, a report released today by City Hall shows.
House builder Persimmon has increased its profits before tax by 23% to £782.8m.
Scottish ministers have demanded “urgent reassurance” from the UK government over the scrapping of housing benefit for 18 to 21-year-olds.
Two London-based homelessness charities, Evolve Housing and Support and Grenfell Housing and Training, have agreed to merge.
Peers have backed the Homelessness Reduction Bill but used the debate last Friday to set out concerns over the effect of wider government policy on housing.
Oxford City Council is planning to guarantee the rent of people at risk of becoming homeless, as it prepares for the introduction of the Homelessness Reduction Bill.
Southwark Council expressed its “sincere regret” today as it pleaded guilty to fire safety failures relating to a tower block fire that killed six people.
Being able to measure and act on customer satisfaction scores is increasingly important given growing pressures on landlords, says Jane Ashcroft
The capping of housing benefit in line with Local Housing Allowance is just one part of a much wider issue, says Jules Birch
The continued good financial health of the sector is essential as associations look to build a more diverse supply of homes, says Julian Ashby
The Homelessness Reduction Bill comes before the House of Lords today. Lord Richard Best says this presents an opportunity to air some wider concerns.