A housing association in the north east of England has almost tripled its own fund for supporting tenants hit by welfare cuts, in the face of government reductions to emergency support budgets.
Social landlords are being called on to help secure the future of hundreds of construction apprenticeships by rallying to plug an unexpected funding gap at a leading training organisation.
A £900m social housing fund has completed its second deal amid a flurry of equity investment into the housing sector.
Fewer than one in five social housing tenants voted Conservative in the election, a polling company has estimated.
Eric Pickles is set to receive a knighthood, Downing Street has announced.
Housing associations should adopt a city-style merger code for takeovers in an increasingly tough operating environment.
The government is accelerating plans to force landlords to check their tenants are in the UK legally, David Cameron has announced.
Nearly one in six privately rented homes in England is physically unsafe, a report published today has said.
Let’s be bold to build the homes Britain needs, says Waqar Ahmed
Is all the talk of One Nation Conservatism just spin or is there some substance that could mean good news for housing?
The local plan inquiries in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire have been suspended. Colin Wiles explains.