Campaign to allow housing associations greater access to homes to save £500m receives major blow
Enfield Council has approved the first phase of a development that will provide 2,000 affordable and social homes.
The World Wildlife Federation (WWF) has called for government action to help increase the take-up of renewable heat technology as figures show social landlords continue to ignore the scheme.
Boris Johnson has been accused of ‘robbing Londoners of affordable housing’ over his decision to grant planning permission to an £8bn redevelopment in Earl’s Court.
A London borough is re-evaluating its contract with one of Britain’s biggest homelessness charities following a strike over changes to pay.
The Homes and Communities Agency is planning a major overhaul of the way it regulates housing associations. Carl Brown finds out how this new ‘forensic’ approach could impact landlords
The social housing sector often sends the government inconsistent or complicated messages, but the latest campaign on gas safety is both clear and deserves to be heard
Helena Partnerships was faced with a glut of three bedroom homes it couldn’t rent. So it turned to the private rental market for answers. Jess McCabe reports
Debate about the sector’s form, as well as function, needs greater urgency
BLOGS AND OPINION
The tragic tale of Mark and Brenda Voss, who built their million dollar home on a neighbour’s plot, and the tough regime set by Lyons
If you are an environmentalist you must be against building millions of new homes, right?
Associations beware a recent decision about people who lack capacity to make decisions about where they live and what care they receive
As regulation is overhauled, providers need to be ready for change too, says Julian Ashby
Social landlords need to step up and make sure that social housing isn’t forgotten in the debates about the housing crisis
Let’s devolve powers to our 10 core cities and bring brownfield sites to life
A consultation on how the government could fund local welfare schemes will be received differently by charities and councils, Heather Spurr writes
Who said this? ‘What is currently happening in the housing market epitomises our concerns about Britain becoming a permanently divided nation.’
The councillor whose disabled employment question to Lord Freud unleashed a torrent of criticism on the welfare minister writes us an exclusive blog
A strategy to increase the housing options for elderly people would have a positive impact on the young and old