The latest on social housing finance, including news, views and analysis on lending, bonds, institutional investment, grant rates, affordable rent, and regulation.
The Communities and Local Government department has announced today a new £50 million investment fund to help large-scale housing developments to get off the ground.
Local authorities took longer than three weeks to process housing benefit claims on average, a week longer than their target time.
The bedroom tax and other welfare cuts have caused 1.75 million of Britain’s lowest income families to become poorer, according to a report.
With 13 months left until the general election, how can housing demonstrate its economic, social and political value?
This week we reveal the results of a survey asking whether social landlords pay the living wage.
Motivating staff is becoming increasingly tricky as pay falls in real terms and workloads increase, argues Inside Housing’s anonymous columnist
Reform of council tax would be a better alternative to the mansion tax, writes Colin Wiles