The Homelessness Reduction Bill has now become law, placing a new duty on councils to intervene at an earlier stage to prevent homelessness.
A London housing association has issued a £400m bond at an interest rate of 3%, putting it among the cheapest individual deals secured in the sector.
A couple who had their housing benefit reduced because they were unable to share a bedroom due to a severe disability have defeated the government in court for the second time.
More homes were registered with the National House Building Council (NHBC) in the first three months of 2017 than any quarter since 2007.
Jeremy Corbyn has added housing association homes to his pledge to deliver 500,000 affordable rented properties in the life of a parliament.
One of the UK’s largest house builders has boosted its sales turnover by 11% this year, as sales increase and house prices rise.
Bristol City Council will launch a £57m package of grant funding for local social landlords today as it seeks to boost affordable housing in the city.
Three-quarters of social landlords will be implementing a “major change programme” such as a merger, restructure or overhaul of IT systems over the next year, an exclusive Inside Housing survey shows.
Jules Birch warns against short-term thinking leading to huge costs to the taxpayer and tenants further down the line
The political vacuum in Stormont will continue to hamper the best efforts of housing associations, says Jennie Donald of NIFHA
It is time our political leaders commit to stamping out rough sleeping for good, says Emma Maier
The sector must renew its commitment to supporting people in hardship, says Wheatley Group’s Martin Armstrong