The government is preparing to launch a £3bn loan fund for housebuilding which will roll up existing schemes into a single pot.
The National Housing Federation (NHF) has asked housing associations if the resources of councils and government departments should be pooled to fund some care and support services.
Canterbury City Council will call for a change to the law after a London council outbid it for properties to house families currently in temporary accommodation.
A housing association is to demolish 48 homes just six years after they were built after uncovering a wide range of defects in the development.
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has today issued two housing associations with regulatory downgrades.
The largest housing associations in Wales recorded a joint surplus of £76m and built 89% of the country’s affordable housing in 2014/15.
A housing association has reported a 28% increase in surplus, after issuing preliminary results to the stock markets for the first time.
An Islington councillor has been officially confirmed as Sadiq Khan’s new housing tsar.
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Black and minority ethnic housing associations may often be small but they have a lot to offer, says Cym D’Souza
Grass roots opposition to the Housing and Planning Act will continue even though it has become law, says Glyn Robbins
David Cameron and George Osborne seem to think that stable house prices would be a disaster. Jules Birch disagrees.
London’s new mayor will have to take direct action to build more homes in the capital, says Tom Copley