Two housing association chief executives have been named on a 17-strong panel of experts tasked with drawing up a national strategy for estate regeneration.
The government will consult on allowing “well-performing” planning departments to increase their fees in line with inflation, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government announced today.
A large private rented sector landlord has sold its German arm and bought a £57.3m site in west London as it begins an £850m development drive.
City Hall is planning to spend £5m on providing permanent accommodation for a flagship homelessness scheme, as premises are threatened with closure.
Redrow has announced an 18% increase in completions in the first half of 2015/16, citing the government’s Help to Buy scheme as a factor in helping demand.
A Scottish housing minister has described the uncertainty over the Local Housing Allowance cap for supported housing as “unacceptable”, in a strongly-worded letter to Lord David Freud.
A London council is offering tenants £40,000 to enable them to buy a home on the open market rather than take up the Right to Buy.
The government’s Starter Homes could fail to deliver extra homes and may distort the market by overlapping with other schemes, according to new analysis.
Pay to Stay is the epitome of anti-aspirational politics, says Tom Copley
Jules Birch blogs on clashes over housing in the Commons featuring three different sorts of rogue
Tenure in the UK today is a metaphor for inequality, says Kevin Gulliver
The NHS Alliance wants to see housing providers play a bigger role in improving the nation’s health
Housing and health can work together to give over-50s the support they need