Councils are boosting their income through service charge rises and other fee increases as pressure from the 1% rent cut on Housing Revenue Accounts ramps up.
While mega-mergers have stumbled, there is growing consolidation among medium-sized associations. Pete Apps investigates
As Isos Housing Group prepares for its ‘medium-merger’, chief executive Paul Fiddaman explains why such deals have a role to play.
The number of home buyers in London fell to a four-year low in 2016, with home mover activity dropping to its lowest level in 25 years.
Professor Paddy Gray describes the state of play in Northern Ireland ahead of next Thursday’s Stormont election
L&Q has been selected by Argent Related and Barnet Council to deliver 132 homes at the 6,700-home Brent Cross South scheme in north west London.
Completions of new build homes fell by 1% in 2016, according to the government’s official measure of new build activity.
An influential committee of MPs was told the government should intervene directly in housing to fix the “failure” of the land and house building market.
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Ministers will be asked to require housing associations to offer compensation to neighbours affected by their tenants at a House of Commons debate later today.
Birmingham City Council is set to remove an estimated 4,000 households from its housing waiting list by changing its allocation policy.
Councils with the fastest rising housing waiting lists are areas which saw above average decreases in the amount of social housing coming available, exclusive Inside Housing analysis shows.
London housing associations Southern Housing Group and The Guinness Partnership have appointed Wates Living Space to repairs contracts worth a total of £13m.
English councils are phasing out freephone repairs numbers as they seek to trim costs out of pressurised Housing Revenue Accounts.
The Scottish Housing Regulator will continue its intervention at a Glasgow-based housing association after it breached a loan covenant last year.
The regulator has downgraded a 2,120-home specialist housing association after a large batch of emails was deleted under a previous management team.
The housing ombudsman has announced she is leaving the role to take over at the helm of a small, specialist housing association in London.
We must strive to think more about the wider role that social housing plays in improving people’s lives, says David Orr
The deadline to enter Inside Housing’s Rising Stars competition has been extended.