Housing professionals have broadly welcomed a new government blueprint for overhauling run-down estates across England, coupled with a £32m funding boost.
Housing benefit overpayments due to fraud totalled £1bn last year, official statistics released today have revealed.
A black and minority ethnic housing association hopes to become the leading provider of services to new migrants in London as it focuses on non-housing services.
Legal & General has raised a further £170m from institutions for its build-to-rent fund, taking its total investment in this field to around £1bn.
Essex-based housing association Colne has retained its A+ credit rating from ratings agency Standard & Poor’s, but has had its long-term outlook downgraded to negative.
The government is to inject an extra £32m into its flagship estate regeneration programme, ministers announced today.
Supported housing providers are keeping development schemes on hold, despite a recent assurance from the government that current levels of funding will be maintained in the future.
The National Housing Federation (NHF) is considering a reduction in staffing numbers, as it seeks to squeeze costs ahead of a cut to its annual fees.
Councils are forming housing companies to develop through a ‘quiet revolution’. What’s not to like? asks Brian Reynolds
Despite facing numerous challenges, the housing sector will find a way to keep building new homes, says Carl Brown
Help and support to tackle homelessness are needed every day of the year, says Tom Murtha
The minister announces more investment in social housing – social, not affordable – and signs a pact with housing associations and local authorities.