Two London councils acted ‘shamefully’ in their attempts to avoid taking legal responsibility for a vulnerable homeless family, a High Court judge has found.
The Conservative Party’s suggestion that £4.5bn could be raised by selling high value council homes to part fund its planned extension of Right to Buy to housing associations is highly questionable, according to research by Savills.
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) could soon be faced with judicial reviews by social landlords over regulatory judgments, a lawyer has said.
Social landlords in Wales claim they will save the local NHS £1.7m in the next financial year, through a project that cares for patients with mental illness or learning disabilities in affordable housing rather than hospital or
Tenant satisfaction has remained consistent year-on-year, with 86% of housing association customers happy with their overall service.
Two social landlords have merged to become one of the biggest providers in the south west.
A second credit rating agency has warned about the potential impact of the Conservatives’ proposed right to buy extension on housing association finances.
Just 28% of voters think that giving tenants of housing associations the Right to Buy is a good idea, an overnight poll by YouGov suggests.
A major house builder has increased its sales revenue to £2bn in the first four months of the year.
Fail to listen to a community when you regenerate and they will become your biggest obstacle rather than an asset, says Mark Henderson
Governments and councils need to work together to tackle the housing crisis - rather than conduct phoney bidding wars on phantom housing targets, says Paul Hackett
Our pages have been dominated this week with the Conservative manifesto pledge to extend Right to Buy to housing association tenants
It’s becoming harder to do the right thing when it comes to who we house, says Ann Santry. But we can do it by working with our residents and understanding their challenges