Housing associations which breach loan covenants as a result of accountancy changes could be hit with a severe downgrade by the regulator, the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has warned.
Ministers have agreed to reconsider scrapping a fund aimed at providing support for people in crisis, following the threat of a High Court challenge.
The new chief executive of a social housing contractor has denied that United House’s £4.5m loss was a driver for its decision to merge with Bullock Construction.
A troubled housing association is in merger talks with another landlord.
This summer the world’s leading housing academics convened in Edinburgh to share ideas and research. Yet policy makers and housing professionals were noticeable by their absence. Michael Lloyd investigates why
A recent case should warn councils that not all applications for the Right to Buy are on the level.
What are the implications for housing of the independence referendum in Scotland?
Former Labour housing minister John Healey is on a mission to put housing at the top of the electoral agenda - and don his hard hat and reprise a cabinet housing role. Nick Duxbury meets him
BLOGS AND OPINION
A Supreme Court decision clarifies the rules on when land can be declared a village green, says Stephen Harper
A concerted effort needs to be made if we are going to make homeownership affordable for future generations, argues Steve Hicks
Nobody pretends that reform of housing benefit will be easy but a report out today underlines the scale of the task.
A proposed change to the housing of domestic abuse victims is yet more evidence that changes to allocation policies are affecting vulnerable people, Heather Spurr writes
Peter Walls has an idea for Alex Salmond’s next campaign, tenant’s daily ice bucket challenge and housing’s hero swims the channel for charity
A court decision could bring new rights for obese housing professionals
Ed Miliband’s ideas to solve the housing crisis need some backing up, argues Laura Tweedy
When a Lib Dem MP chose to use his private members’ bill to go to battle on the bedroom tax, few anticipated he would succeed
The latest diversity commission needs to force associations to demonstrate commitment
The public believe that government plays a role in the housing crisis