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The UK Statistics Authority (UKSA) is probing the Department for Communities and Local Government’s (DCLG) controversial plan to publish key housing data less regularly.
The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) is considering publishing a key set of housing data every two years instead of annually in a bid to save cash.
Eric Pickles broke equality laws by calling in planning decisions regarding Gypsy and Traveller sites that fall within the green belt, the High court has ruled.
A Taiwanese solar energy giant is planning to invest £65m in installing free energy-generating panels on the roofs of UK housing association homes this year.
Emma Reynolds attends a London First event, draft renewable heat incentive regs will be discussed in the House of Commons and Inside Housing hosts a communications webinar
Children’s health in the private rented sector (PRS) is being harmed with low income families struggling to pay their energy bills, according to a study released today.
The vast majority of people living in rural England do not believe the government cares about providing affordable housing in their communities, a new poll has revealed.
The Green party recently promised to build 500,000 social rented homes by 2020 if it wins the next election. Housing spokesperson for the Greens Tom Chance explains more about his party’s bold pledge
We shouldn’t overlook the crucial role charities and housing associations play in helping people stay warm in winter, says Graham Duxbury
Tenants have been hit hard by austerity - but what do they think would ease the pain? asks Kevin Gulliver
Council should be freed up to build more themselves as well as enabling others, says Gavin Smart
The general election is likely to postpone right to light reform
The housing sector needs to look to evolution not revolution if it wants to succeed in the future, says Boris Worrall
The Heat Network Regulations are now in force - do they affect you?
Today is the launch of Inside Housing’s live news blog and, typically, it seems to be a relatively quiet one for housing news. Oh wait, that’s just the IH newsroom following last night’s Christmas party.