A leading Cornwall councillor insists plans for building up to 12,000 new homes are likely to be included in a devolution deal, despite housing being initially left out.
Cambridge City Council is to ask local MPs for help in lobbying against the housing policies set out in the Budget and may pursue a legal challenge.
Catalyst Housing and Oxford City Council have invested £1.5m in an equity loan scheme for teachers in response to fears that many are unable to continue working in Oxford.
A new All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) of MPs and peers has been set up to examine ways of tackling the housing crisis.
Wide-reaching proposals to devolve powers over housing development and finance to a coalition of East Midlands authorities are being fine-tuned ahead of a September deadline.
The deadline to complete Inside Housing’s Innovation Index research survey has been extended until Friday 31 July.
A London housing association has increased its surplus by 85%, boosted by income from property sales.
A London council has urged more local authorities to introduce selective licensing for the private rented sector after the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) was forced to release a database of prosecuted landlords.
Housing associations should be able to determine their own future – not the government, says David Orr
When most corporations have moved firmly into the digital age, how does the housing sector hold up? Helen Clifton reports
Here’s my attempt to separate fact from factoid in one of the most controversial TV news reports on housing in years.
The history of art and local government has lessons for us all, writes Colin Wiles