Hyde Housing Group and house builder Hill have launched their first joint venture, for 287 homes in Brent.
An emergency package to house young working Londoners is urgently needed in the capital, according to a report from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
L&Q has continued its push into private rented sector development with a deal in excess of £70m to build a 178-home residential development in west London.
A town transformed Video
Following the closure of Consett’s steelworks, a housing-led regeneration changed the face of the town. Gavriel Hollander finds out if the model can be replicated
The Leeds City Region needs a major boost in its housing supply if it is to continue its economic growth, with a 30,000 home shortfall anticipated by 2021.
Northern areas should establish ‘housing boards’ which take control of public funding for housing supply in their areas, a commission investigating the housing crisis in the North has said.
The government’s forthcoming Estates Regeneration Strategy is likely to recommend the establishment of a centralised group of experts to assist with regeneration schemes.
Estate regeneration schemes in the North of England could be rendered unviable under the government’s £140m Estate Regeneration Programme, according to research published today.
Work has begun on Europe’s largest modular residential tower, which will be built entirely from units constructed in a factory in Bedford.
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) is planning to roll together its borrowing powers with private funding to offer a £1bn Housing Investment Fund.
Regeneration should be about leaving a lasting legacy for communities, says Ian Burnett, chief executive, United Living
Resident engagement is a vital part of regenerating estates, says Housing Forum chair Andy von Bradsky
Two landlords share their experiences of recent regeneration projects
Campaigners against an attempt to evict leaseholders from an estate are raising money to fight Southwark Council in the High Court.
Peabody has been given permission to build nearly 1,500 new homes under the mammoth 20,000-home Thamesmead regeneration project.
The British construction industry faces “inexorable decline” unless radical action is taken to modernise it, a government review has found.
Southwark Council will press ahead with a High Court challenge to the government’s blocking of its plan to compulsorily purchase homes on the Aylesbury Estate.
A south London borough is seeking a build-to-rent development partner for a 250-home scheme which will use a new ‘living rent’ model.
An influential group of large London housing associations has warned flexibility is needed on the government’s Starter Homes policy to drive estate regeneration in London.
In the febrile world of London housing politics, regeneration has become a dirty word. Labour mayor Sadiq Khan is now set to publish a ‘best practice guide’ on the topic. Pete Apps finds out more
A major cross-river extension of an east London railway line has been announced, opening the door for 11,500 homes to be built in a huge regeneration project.
Generational inequality rather than a lack of supply has been the primary driver of declining homeownership over the last 10 years, according to a review commissioned by the Labour Party.
The government’s official housebuilding statistics exclude a fifth of all new build completions, according to a report by the Home Builders Federation (HBF).
The secretary of state has rejected a London council’s bid to move residents out of an estate earmarked for demolition because it would breach their human rights.
Sadiq Khan has confirmed City Hall is planning a tariff system for affordable housing, but has not confirmed the percentage.
Social housing rap Video
A group of young Londoners have produced a music video about the threatened demolition of a Brixton housing estate. Tom Wall spoke to community activist Potent Whisper and one of the rappers, Paradox, about the video and the campaign to save Cressingham Gardens
Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next few weeks. Here, we introduce you to the most innovative developments
Andy Burnham has pledged to renegotiate the terms of Greater Manchester’s devolved £300m housing pot to invest cash in building affordable homes for rent.
Keepmoat will move into offsite construction this year as it continues to strengthen the housebuilding arm of its business.
Lambeth has no choice but to redevelop Cressingham Gardens, says Matthew Bennett
Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next few weeks. Here, we introduce you to the best of the best joint ventures
The Lower Milehouse Estate has been a wasteland for a decade, after the last Labour government’s Pathfinders regeneration programme ground to a halt. Reni Eddo-Lodge revisits the area to find out about how plans for rebuilding are being resuscitated
How can social landlords get residents on board with regeneration projects? Inside Housing reports
Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next 10 weeks. First we introduce you to the best of the best in the build to rent sector
A joint bid by two housing associations and a contractor has made the final shortlist for a massive £2bn regeneration programme in north London.
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
Development teams are reassessing ambitious plans to build more than 175,000 homes over the next five years, as Brexit threatens to unleash turmoil in the housing market.
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.
A major affordable homes builder said it has “dismissed” the government’s £140m regeneration fund and is pursuing private funding instead, during a session at Housing 2016.
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) hopes to use its direct commissioning pilots to set up a housebuilding model that can be replicated by local authorities and other public sector organisations.
The Regeneration Game Video
Are regenerated estates always an improvement on what went before? Padraig Reidy finds out
Sadiq Khan has launched a review into the organisation in charge of a 24,000-home regeneration scheme in west London over fears it is not delivering enough affordable housing.
Shared ownership 2 Video
As shared ownership finally gets its big break, exclusive new data reveals how the tenure performs for the first time. Nick Duxbury reports
Tenants need to have more control over estate regeneration, says Sian Berry
Green jungles Video
Council estates are leafy and pleasant, not anti-social concrete jungles, say Geraldine Dening and Simon Elmer
A south London council is planning for 9,500 homes to be built in its borough over the next five years, far exceeding development ambitions in neighbouring areas.
The largest housing association in the North East has welcomed Lord Heseltine’s report on the future of the Tees Valley.
A public consultation has been launched for the first 92 homes at the much-heralded new town of Northstowe.
Wates Living Space has been appointed by housing association Network Homes to build a 177-home development in Lambeth, London.
A house builder has secured the largest award from the government’s Builders Finance Fund with an £18.3m injection to accelerate 2,000 new homes.
A developer is making a major move into Build to Rent development for the first time after agreeing a partnership to build 5,000 rental homes over five years.
The government is preparing to launch a £3bn loan fund for housebuilding which will roll up existing schemes into a single pot.
Councils were left with £2.9bn of borrowing headroom to build new homes, following a deal with the government in 2012. Keith Cooper investigates why dreams of a large-scale return to direct development have not come to pass.
Peabody has submitted plans for the first phase of its multibillion pound regeneration of Thamesmead in south-east London.
Small and beautiful Video
In the face of ‘mega-mergers’, smaller housing associations are setting out to prove bigger is not always better. Jess McCabe investigates
Paint job Video
On an estate in Northern Ireland, training female tenants in the trades is bringing residents together. Reni Eddo-Lodge finds out more
Jules Birch blogs on the implications for housing of the May elections
Academics assessing a housing association-led regeneration scheme have found 85% of tenants believed the work made a positive difference to the community.
The funding revolution Video
As housing associations turn to crowdfunding, Mark Leftly considers if these online platforms could provide a new source of investment in housebuilding