Construction and development
An in depth look at the development of social and affordable housing, planning rules, section 106 agreements, regeneration and sustainable construction.
Only 15% of people are opposed to more social housing being built in the UK, a left-leaning thinktank has found.
Redrow has today reported an 80% increase in social housing completions and soaring profit and turnover.
An Oxfordshire council has finalised a deal to purchase a 187-hectare site for 1,900 self-build homes in a unique project.
Scottish ministers and the social housing regulator could in future be at odds on the subject of rent levels, a senior regulatory figure acknowledged yesterday.
Increase in number of councils buying homes rather than building
House builders have warned the Scottish Government that improved activity in the housing market could be constrained due to the funding for the Help to Buy scheme running dry.
A chief executive who departed a housing association after assuming responsibility for the loss of £30m in a bungled regeneration project has received a six-figure payout.
Social landlords don’t know whether contractors are requesting payment for the right amounts, warns Theresa Mohammed
The scale of the crisis in housing supply is increasingly well rehearsed, writes Emma Maier
Smaller landlords such as Gateway are in a position to step up delivery under the 2015-18 grant programme
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Today’s house building figures show welcome progress but four years after taking power the coalition is still many miles away from matching its bold promises.
The new housing minister’s call to build more bungalows is misguided, writes Colin Wiles
If part of London’s success is its ability to make its own planning decisions, perhaps it’s time we let urban centres do the same, says Jon Neale
Danish bank Danske has become the latest to set out plans to lend to English housing associations.
Campaign group Brighton’s Future says not enough is done by politicians to tackle the housing crisis