House prices jumped 1.1% in November as the market recovered from post-Brexit referendum uncertainty, according to the Office for National Statistics.
The number of children in temporary accommodation in Scotland has soared by 17% in a year, the latest government statistics reveal.
The number of council-owned homes has dropped by more than 10% in six years, with a 1.9% decrease since last year.
A German bank has agreed to provide an £85m loan to fund a large private rented sector development in Manchester.
The largest housing association in Scotland has received almost half a million pounds raised in fines from bankers to help house homeless veterans.
The government is yet to exempt certain people with a disability from the bedroom tax despite a Supreme Court ruling two months ago.
Gavin Barwell has committed to reviewing the relationship between the housing regulator and the ombudsman, in the aftermath of a flurry of problems at a new build development.
The percentage of council tenants on Universal Credit in rent arrears has increased to a “critically high” 86% over the past year, sparking “extreme concern” among councils.
Like a toad in a heating pan not realising the danger of boiling water, some associations are gradually moving away from their values without realising it, warns Tom Murtha
Yorkshire Building Society’s chief economist Andrew McPhillips gives his view on what the White Paper should include
Isos Housing has found a way to continue building supported housing but could do more if it had certainty over funding, says its executive director Michael Farr
The supported housing bidding figures look encouraging but now is the time for the sector to make its views on the LHA cap known, says Emma Maier