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The social housing sector is bracing itself for further cuts to housing benefit as George Osborne prepares to deliver his Spending Review today.
The housing association at the centre of a £325,000 fraud this week was hit by a similar crime five years ago, Inside Housing can reveal.
Scottish housing associations would be losing around £162m in income a year by 2020 if Westminster’s 1% annual social housing rent cut was implemented north of the border.
A tenant has won a High Court case against a south London council in her bid to prevent an estate being demolished and rebuilt.
Housing benefit fraud has risen sharply in Northern Ireland, an audit of government finances has revealed.
Orbit Group failed to carry out ‘high-risk’ fire safety works on hundreds of homes for more than two years, exposing a large number of tenants to increased fire risk danger.
The National Housing Federation (NHF) is today expected to approve its first merger code ahead of expected consolidation across the sector.
The Welsh government has today launched a private landlord registration and licensing scheme.
Boris Johnson has announced he will push ahead with the implementation of the zero carbon homes standard in London despite the government axing planning regulations to promote it.
Mitie has reported a 32.7% increase in pre-tax profit in its property management business despite a drop in overall profits.
It’s time for tenants to fight their corner, says Michael Gelling
Some overrated trousers, a little ‘grim’ sparring and a call for Julian Ashby to show his leg
Surely George Osborne can’t ignore the call from business leaders to build more affordable homes
We are better placed than ever to promote diversity, says Steve Stride