Government-enforced changes to how landlords recoup rent arrears under universal credit could force tenants into the arms of loan sharks, housing associations have warned.
Research reveals 40% of the 50 biggest associations show fall
Lord Prescott has called on housing professionals in the north east of England to ‘come together’ and capitalise on the political climate to secure devolution of powers to the region.
Scotland’s biggest social landlord has raised £300m on the bond market.
Stormont has been in deadlock over the implementation of welfare reform. Padraig Reidy investigates the roots of the problem and what this means for social housing
Professor Paddy Gray on prefabs, politics and why he spent his first job going by the name ‘Peter’. Dawn Foster gets the lowdown from the former CIH president on all the topics that matter - including the future of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive.
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Today’s penultimate housebuilding figures before the election will increase fears that the recovery is fading.
Daniel Douglas investigates a recent increase in racist incidents in Northern Ireland and how housing providers are dealing with it
BLOGS AND OPINION
Can we afford not to invest in measures to boost energy efficiency?
Complex questions, tardy Smart and the sector’s alleged hard-left tendencies feature in this week’s Closed Circuit
I’m sure most Inside Housing readers will have shed a tear for the nation’s millionaires this week after the suggestion that £2m will buy them little more than a garage.
The poor of London are suffering - despite having parliament on their doorstep
In the week Inside Housing publishes its asset management supplement landlords still have much to learn
Jennifer Oscroft examines a Supreme Court decision on evicting homeless applicants from interim temporary homeless accommodation
Social landlords need to develop a greater range of tenures to meet people’s needs
How should housing associations respond to the tantalising prospect of freedom? In uncharted territory you need something to guide you.
Many of the stereotypes about social housing residents are simply wrong, argues Mark Rogers
Careful design and analysis is needed to combat summer overheating, says Andrew Mellor