Housing association stock is becoming more dispersed despite efforts to reduce the number of landlords working in the same area.
Extending the Right to Buy to housing associations would damage the UK’s public finance position, a leading independent think tank has said.
The Conservative Party’s Right to Buy policy would apply to housing association homes that have been funded without government grant, it has been revealed.
A group of 15 housing associations is calling on Scottish ministers to carry out a ‘fundamental’ review of the government’s strategy for housing sex offenders.
One of the sector’s largest housing associations has appointed a new chief executive.
The disgraced former mayor of a deprived east London borough appeared to ‘skew’ housing budgets towards areas where his support was strongest, a damning judgement said today.
Edinburgh City Council has approved plans to set up an arm’s-length housing company to kick-start the development of more rented housing.
A watchdog is to endorsing new guidance on how housing providers manage asbestos, following concerns that residents are increasingly taking more social landlords to court.
Fire safety inspectors in London are proportionately focusing more resources on investigating care homes as the safety of tower blocks improves, Inside Housing has found.
The main political parties published their manifestos last week. So what housing-related pledges have they made? asks Carl Brown
The housing sector must not fragment or waste time arguing about its mission, says Ruth Cooke
Last week, these pages argued strongly against the Conservative proposal to extend Right to Buy to housing associations
Get housing right and you can get an awful lot of other things right, says Gavin Smart - whoever wins the next election must address the chronic lack of housing supply
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