Repairs & Maintenance
Social housing contractor Lakehouse has issued a profit warning linked to reduced spending following the 1% rent cut.
London’s biggest housing associations ramped up spending on planned maintenance by 17% in 2014/15.
How much are housing associations spending on repairs and maintenance? Compare your performance as Martin Hilditch surveys 100 of the largest landlords
Labour peers will not support a Liberal Democrat push to block devastating cuts to solar subsidies in the House of Lords.
We must do something about tackling fuel poverty now, says Charley Gibbons
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
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Repairs are facing a squeeze - but this need not come at the expense of providing a great service, says David Todd, director of partner and account management at Kirona
During tough financial times, Colin Middlemass, chief operating officer at Mears, talks through how asset management can help
Planned estate regeneration schemes could see more than 7,000 socially rented homes lost from London, a political party has warned.
The Scottish Government should set up a community grants programme to encourage more empty homes to be brought back into use, a partnership made up of housing experts has recommended.
The current housing system is intellectually, socially and morally bankrupt, says Richard Bacon
A London council is offering tenants £40,000 to enable them to buy a home on the open market rather than take up the Right to Buy.
A joint venture featuring a major institutional investor has completed the acquisition of a Bristol development site for £4.8m in one of its first major build to rent deals.
Town halls have handed almost £50m in unspent Right to Buy cash earmarked for replacement council housing to the government, claiming rules make it impossible to spend.