A London housing association is set to start lifting rents by up to 40% at a key worker scheme in east London from next week, amid local opposition.
Lambeth Council will be able to force office-to-residential conversions to go through planning, after removing automatic development rights in parts of the borough.
The government made more than 12,000 Help to Buy equity loans in the last three months of 2016, the highest quarterly figure since the scheme was launched in 2013.
The former chief executive of the British Property Federation is set to be appointed chair of the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation – one of the largest development sites in London.
The gap between Local Housing Allowance (LHA) rates and rents has widened to the point where private rented housing is “out of reach” for under-35s.
A Scottish housing association has become the UK’s first to develop a wind farm in order to fund the build of homes for social rent.
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has appointed Barratt Partnerships’ Stephen Kinsella as its new director of Accelerated Construction.
Notting Hill Housing Group has bought a 112-unit slice of a build-to-rent scheme in east London.
From next Thursday associations will face less regulation. But as consultant Steve Douglas explains, associations will also take on the added burden of protecting the sector’s reputation
While not perfect, the Housing White Paper will help places meet local ambition and need, says Pat Ritchie
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