New universal credit rules which could leave 200,000 claimants waiting six months for their benefit have sparked fresh fears over increased tenant rent arrears.
The 15 largest housing associations in London have plans to build 93,000 homes in the next decade, a figure which could double with additional support from government.
One in three social housing households in Wales are now in rent arrears following an increase, with the Welsh government citing Westminster’s welfare reforms as a possible factor.
Health and housing providers should create a single point of contact to allow a ‘hidden army’ of front line staff to report cold homes, new guidance said today.
A star system for rating the sustainability of new homes, which will look at the impact on occupiers’ health and well-being, will be launched today.
Housing professionals can attend a free online event this Friday in which leading experts will share strategies to mitigate the impact of universal credit on landlords’ income.
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has exceeded its target to release public land for nearly 18,000 homes a month early.
Housing is the most important issue facing London today, a poll of people living in the English capital has found.
The developer of the London housing zone with the lowest percentage of affordable housing has committed to increasing it as the scheme progresses.
They say that you always remember the first time. The first time that you give someone the keys to a new home, that is, says Tom Murtha
Thirty years after the horrific murder of six people in a house fire, a small east Glasgow housing association is finally helping to regenerate the estate that became synonymous with the tragedy. Heather Spurr visits a community haunted by the past but planning for the future
It has been a hard few years developing social housing in the capital and even harder elsewhere, says Brendan Sarsfield