English social landlords sold nearly 22,000 homes in 2015/16, an increase of 8% on the previous year.
A greater proportion of sector tenants would rather still be in social housing in 10 years time than move into owner-occupation, a report has found.
The Local Government Association has called on the government to commit to urgent talks about how councils can “rapidly” build homes.
Jeremy Corbyn has called on Labour MPs to attend a debate on a bill tabled by a Conservative MP aiming to preventing homelessness.
A senior director at a major house builder has been arrested on suspicion of bribery, following an investigation into the awarding of contracts.
County councils could be drafted in to help create a Local Plan where a local district council has failed to do so, under government amendments to the Neighbourhood Planning Bill.
Labour has announced the full line-up of its seven-strong shadow housing team.
A regional plan for Edinburgh and South East Scotland will deliver significantly fewer affordable homes than assessed demand requires, partly because of funding constraints.
A government-commissioned review of the construction industry is essential reading for housing too, says Jules Birch
Could Brexit improve the way that we use land? Colin Wiles looks at the key issues.
Rough sleepers face cruelty and violence – MPs and ministers should get behind the Homelessness Reduction Bill to stop more lives being lost, says Dan Dumoulin
BME housing organisations are needed because there is still housing disadvantage and discrimination, says Cym D’Souza