A council has been ordered to review its housing allocations policy after a judicial review claimant argued it was discriminatory against Gypsies and Travellers.
A Scottish housing association that was criticised by the regulator for its governance and financial controls will continue to be overseen by an external manager, following a review.
Robert Cusack talks to Maria De Luca about her work assisting tenants during building work, and learning Russian
Eight in 10 housing benefit awards for single social tenants under the age of 35 are over the proposed ‘Local Housing Allowance cap’, according to research by Shelter.
John Healey will officially launch the Labour-commissioned Redfern Review into homeownership today.
Winchester Council has voted to terminate a development agreement that was called in by the previous secretary of state and led to the resignation of the council leader last year.
Private Rented Sector
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.
The Chartered Institute of Housing in Northern Ireland has called for mandatory licensing of private landlords.
Anti Social Behaviour
Masking the cuts Video
Will housing’s anti-social behaviour superheroes face the chop in the forthcoming cuts? Robert Cusack finds out
Working in anti-social behaviour is rewarding for Lee Godfrey, tenancy relations co-ordinator at Broadacres Housing Association. But as Simon Brandon finds, it’s an increasingly tough job
A housing association failed to follow its own risk policy in its treatment of a tenant who was later murdered by her partner, a review has concluded.