Friday, 24 March 2017
2 June 2006 0:00 am
| Updated: 10 June 2008 7:30 pm
A difficult recruitment landscape has resulted in associations developing bigger and better apprenticeship schemes. Joe Dart talks to the organisations leading the charge
A giant Chinese construction firm has struck a historic £2.75bn joint venture with a social landlord to open six housebuilding factories in the UK, capable of producing 25,000 homes a year.
Number 10 housing policy advisor Alex Morton is to join a public affairs consultancy representing property companies.
Lord Kerslake used to head up the civil service. Now he’s fighting from the outside to alter legislation he thinks could “eliminate” social housing. Martin Hilditch finds out why he’s worried.
The Health and Safety Executive is considering how often landlords must conduct gas safety checks. Martin Hilditch examines how this fits with a long-running sector campaign and what is likely to happen next
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