Repairs & Maintenance
A housing association has been ordered by a High Court judge to pay more than £300,000 to a repairs contractor following a long-term legal dispute.
The Welsh government has announced it will maintain its annual £108m pot of cash to improve social housing in Wales.
One of London’s largest social landlords has officially taken its repairs and maintenance in-house.
The number of families living in fuel poverty remains ‘broadly unchanged’ since 2012, despite government promises to tackle the problem.
Ofgem has given an energy supplier permission to offer a special pre-payment tariff to social housing tenants.
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
The developer of the London housing zone with the lowest percentage of affordable housing has committed to increasing it as the scheme progresses.
Plans for a Lyons-style housing review to explore solutions to the housing crisis in the north promise to bring an ‘offer’ to put to government
Social landlords are set to commission a ‘Lyons Review for the north’ to seek solutions to the region’s ‘unique’ housing crisis.
Communities willing to do their bit can breathe new life into urban areas. Jim McMahon tells of his council’s success tale in the Greater Manchester town of Oldham
The percentage of people citing housing as a ‘most important’ issue in an influential poll is at its highest since 2007.
Elements of the Queen’s Speech run the risk of making it more difficult to put a roof over people’s heads, says Gavin Smart
In 1983, the government’s attempt to bring in Right to Buy for housing associations was dramatically rejected by the House of Lords