Ed Miliband has announced plans for new council-led corporations to boost housebuilding.
Scottish social landlords will find it cheaper and easier to access long term finance after the no vote ended lenders’ worries over uncertainty, experts have said.
The Labour chair of an influential committee of MPs has called for ministers to devolve financial powers in England.
The Welsh Government is proposing changes in governance which will remove a ban on Welsh landlords paying board members.
With risk comes reward. The chief executives of Britain’s 100 biggest housing associations are diversifying into a range of commercial activities - and their pay packets reflect this. Jess McCabe reports
Scotland’s independence is a pressing issue, but there are many problems looming large over social housing tenants, argues Julie Fawcett
A more digital sector is not about moving away from customers, says Nick Atkin
The government has been keen on off-site construction for some time. It’s something the HCA has said will be prioritised, it’s something Kris Hopkins was keen on and yesterday, Brandon Lewis, housing minister, urged the sector to embrace it.
BLOGS AND OPINION
Pay is an emotive issue. The public is generally suspicious of high salaries - perhaps with the peculiar exception of footballers and celebrities.
Many people, including ‘generation Y’, are in desperate need of wholesome housing
If landlords have stopped worrying about the looming FRS 102 accountancy changes, it might be time to dust off the nightmares.
The Scottish voters have spoken. So what comes next? Follow our live blog today to get the housing sector’s reaction to the result.
What’s going on in the world of planning regarding social housing? A look at the stats reveals a collapse in social housing planning approvals in the north.
A recent case should warn councils that not all applications for the Right to Buy are on the level, says Karen Neald
What are the implications for housing of the independence referendum in Scotland?
A concerted effort needs to be made if we are going to make homeownership affordable for future generations, argues Steve Hicks
Nobody pretends that reform of housing benefit will be easy but a report out today underlines the scale of the task.
A proposed change to the housing of domestic abuse victims is yet more evidence that changes to allocation policies are affecting vulnerable people, Heather Spurr writes