The forthcoming housing White Paper will set out a “detailed strategy” for how the country raises its game on housebuilding, Gavin Barwell has promised.
Glasgow City Council has launched a consultation into its plans to deliver 12,500 new homes over the next five years.
Legal & General has received planning permission for a 440-home build-to-rent scheme in east London.
An Essex-based housing association has signed a £40m loan deal with M&G Investments.
A second ratings agency has lowered its credit rating for Places for People due to the landlord’s diversification into non-social housing business.
Former England football captain Rio Ferdinand has criticised the affordability of some London regeneration schemes as he revealed further details of his own affordable housebuilding plans.
A housing association’s chief executive and finance director have resigned after the organisation was downgraded for failing to appoint board members properly.
Nearly half of the British public back government borrowing to build new infrastructure, as polling reveals widespread dissatisfaction with housing supply.
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Housing associations should prioritise adaptations rather than cut funding, says Paul Smith
The Right to Buy has changed the way councils manage estates and the Voluntary Right to Buy will change how housing associations manage their homes, says Kate Davies
The government must use the Autumn Statement to ensure new homes can be rented by those on low incomes, says Julia Unwin