Inside Housing and Dolphin Index have joined forces to carry out the second annual Innovation Index for the housing sector.
Sajid Javid has given the green light to a controversial 440-home development in Bradford.
The social housing regulator has warned that housing associations risk damaging the reputation of the sector if they sell stock inhabited by social tenants.
More than 45,000 council homes have been sold under the Right to Buy since boosted discounts were introduced in 2012, with just over 7,000 replacements started.
Tenants hoping to access the extended Right to Buy (RTB) in London were frozen out because homes were too expensive to mortgage even with a £100,000 discount, landlords running the pilot have revealed.
Wigan Council will consult on scrapping its arm’s-length management organisation (ALMO) and bringing housing management back in-house.
The government will consider allowing housing associations to use Affordable Homes Programme grant to fund a wider mix of tenures, the housing minister has said.
Contractor Kier Group has reported increased profit and turnover in its residential business, saying the Brexit referendum result has had “no material impact” on its operations.
Social landlords wishing to merge must share a vision as well as a desire to increase capacity, says Steve Douglas
Affordable rents could help the government deliver its pledge to boost homeownership, says Terrie Alafat
Property guardians are the housing equivalent of zero-hour contracts, says Siân Berry
The prime minister should resurrect the 1950s tradition of building homes, not segregating children aged 11, says Tom Murtha