Construction and development
An in depth look at the development of social and affordable housing, planning rules, section 106 agreements, regeneration and sustainable construction.
Boris Johnson has been branded ‘outrageously blasé’ after refusing to answer questions from Labour politicians on whether he will hit his affordable housing target.
Housing associations in Northern Ireland reported a 28.6% increase in their combined surplus for last year.
Housing associations can bid for the remaining £800m grant available under the 2015/18 affordable homes programme from today.
The number of new homes registered in the public sector has dropped by 11% in Q2 of 2014, according to statistics released by the National House Building Council (NHBC) today.
Affordable rents would be out of reach for families on benefit in London if welfare is capped at £23,000 a year, landlords have warned.
The Northern Ireland housing association sector is growing at more than double the rate of its counterparts in the rest of the UK, according to analysis that will be launched tomorrow.
Lord Richard Best has warned housing associations to stress their work in building new homes rather than the size of their surplus.
A strategy to increase the housing options for elderly people would have a positive impact on the young and old
The Lyons review paves the way for new homes, but Kathleen Kelly says we need more to ensure housing protects against poverty.
Although calls for a strategy to fix Britain’s broken housing market are not new, the Lyons review should be a catalyst for fresh thought and action to solve the housing crisis
The Lyons Review is the most significant report on new housing supply in years but it’s much more convincing on private sector housebuilding than social housing.
Today, Ed Miliband announced a swathe of new measures to increase house building in response to the Lyons Housing Review.
A new report by the National House Building Council looks at the unprecendented decline in small house builders
Aman Sahota from Lewis Silkin argues that a new ‘use class’ in planning regulations is not the way to encourage institutions to invest in the private rented sector
Could we invent a worse system of taxing housing than the one we have now?