One in four tenants on the universal credit direct payment demonstration projects have had their benefit switched back to their social landlords due to rent arrears.
The Welsh housing minister has given councils £100,000 to help rough sleepers.
Bedfordshire Pilgrims Housing Association has appointed a former banker as its new chief executive.
BME National has appoined an interim chair to cover Lara Oyedele while she takes a leave of absence.
Alex Morton’s move from Policy Exchange to the No 10 Policy Unit is a powerful symbol of something – but what exactly?
The Care Quality Commission has taken the unusual step of publishing two damning reports into housing association-run care homes in one month. Heather Spurr investigates why standards are slipping
The government’s tame response to calls for council housing borrowing to be scrapped shows a lack of trust, says Matthew Warburton
A research study in Merseyside aims to prove that artistic therapy can help people with Alzheimer’s and their families cope better with the disease. Ciara Leeming investigates
Innovation is taking place when it comes to helping those in food poverty but more needs to be done, says Laurna Robertson
Announcements by the chancellor will not build all the homes we need but his measures could help make some progress
Pete Apps takes a second look at the planning measures announced in last week’s autumn statement.
Labour has confrmed that its pledge to build 200,000 homes a year by the end of the next Parliament refers only to England.
It’s the time of year for predictions and the prospects do not look good for anyone struggling to get on to the housing ladder or afford their rent.
Ashley Horsey is worried there is a don’t ask don’t tell approach when it comes to women’s support services and prostitution.
Derek Long almost hits the panic button, Closed Circuit was embarrassed for Emma Reynolds and a postponed Malaysian adventure
Help to buy has distorted the psychology of the housing market, writes Colin Wiles.
Although the chancellor recognised that housing supply is an issue in the autumn statement, he failed to offer game-changing policy