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The Northern Ireland Housing Executive has issued guidance aimed at improving support for victims and witnesses of hate crime and harassment.
The Newlon Housing Trust has launched a £19.2m lawsuit against construction firm Sir Robert McAlpine over allegations of poor workmanship at an affordable homes development next to the Emirates Stadium in London.
A charity has called on the government to reinstate ringfenced pots of money for bringing empty homes back into use.
Housing professionals have only three days remaining to enter a draw for £500 of Marks & Spencer vouchers by filling in a survey on energy procurement.
The Chartered Institute of Housing has warned the expiration of the Energy Company Obligation in 2017 could leave households in fuel poverty unless the government sorts out its retrofitting subsidy policy within six months.
With the Conservatives’ shock election win and issues around tightening finances setting the tone, this year’s conference has a lot of ground to cover. We take a look at some of the key themes and highlights
Apprenticeships are a popular way for social landlords to boost employment opportunities – but how easy are they to access for disabled people? On national apprenticeship week, Maria Brett meets a young, deaf apprentice
Ten new ‘housing zones’ will be named by next May, as Boris Johnson reveals the final two areas under his initial scheme.
A west London council has admitted it is unable to stop the demolition of two council estates, set to be knocked down to make way for a divisive £12bn regeneration scheme.
A large London housing association has unveiled a new procurement framework with an anticipated value of more than £1bn.
Last month’s bond issue by Metropolitan saw investors demand an increase in bond prices. Pete Apps asks if the era of extremely cheap housing association bonds is coming to an end
The prime minister’s announcement this week that Section 106 resources will be directed into Starter Homes will do little to help more people into a secure home
Even with large Right to Buy discounts, homeownership is simply out of reach for some people, says Kate Davies