A major dementia charity is calling for social landlords to sign up to a dementia charter to make housing friendly to sufferers of the condition.
A contractor has secured a £21m contract to provide repairs services to a housing association for five years.
The Scottish Government will extend its welfare fund to include all 18-21 year olds hit by the removal of housing benefit, set to be introduced from April.
The social housing regulator is reviewing the governance grading of Impact Housing Association because of concerns over its financial reporting and engagement.
Lambeth Borough Council has approved the redevelopment of a council estate which could pave the way for up to 1,300 homes.
The government will make it easier for councils to police office-to-residential conversions if they can demonstrate they are delivering on their housing targets.
Affordable housing thresholds set by councils while they draw up Local Plans could be dismissed after a High Court case went against a North Yorkshire authority this week.
The government has named the local authorities and housing associations that will take a share of its £32m estates regeneration grant fund.
The increase in parental help for first-time buyers is symptomatic of a much bigger problem, says Jules Birch
Many extra care schemes are on hold, but with sensible capital spending it is still possible to get schemes off the ground, says Colette McKune
Housing homeless people before they receive treatment could end rough sleeping, but the policy must not disrupt existing allocations, says Matt Downie
Policies such as T-levels and new apprenticeship standards are a great opportunity for the sector, says Vanessa Howell of the Chartered Institute of Housing