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Labouring progress Video
Construction has long been a man’s world, so how much progress has really been made in getting more women into the workplace? Jane Fae finds out
Beyond the horizon Video
Paul Hackett pledged to turn Amicus Horizon into “the best large landlord” by 2016. Caroline Thorpe talks to the chief executive about whether he has succeeded
Ensuring the payment of service charges has long been a difficult area for social landlords, says Louise Hebborn
New ministers in the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) have pledged to protect the green belt from development.
Construction workers from the European Union should not face barriers to working in the UK following the Leave vote, developer representatives have warned.
From our partners
A strategic approach to void management is a must for housing organisations, says William Corn, head of business development, Kirona
Landlords must rethink how they manage their assets to deliver a better, more competitive service, says Keith Simpson of Direct Works Forum
Mr Manchester Video
Manchester Council chief executive Sir Howard Bernstein has played a key role in the city’s ongoing devolution. Alex Turner meets the North West’s foremost power broker to discuss the future of the region’s housing
Going up or doing down - how many homes will the UK build? Jess McCabe takes a look into the future with the Top 50 Biggest Builders in the sector
Despite all the uncertainty of the last week, when the dust settles on the referendum the UK will still have a housing crisis - and it will still have a huge demand for homes.
Stock transfers have slowed as mergers go through but are likely to pick up again soon, says Will Rutter and Stuart May
Housing 2016 opened its doors during a time of huge political turbulence. This made for some feisty debates in the conference and exhibition hall. Pete Apps picks over the big discussions from three days of housing chat
Raiders of the HRA Video
Councils are increasingly using their Housing Revenue Accounts to fill gaps in their back-office budgets. While this has helped cope with wider budget cuts, Keith Cooper investigates the impact on housing resources