Lenders are toughening up their scrutiny of English housing association mergers as the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) prepares to scale down regulation of the sector.
A parliamentary committee has launched an inquiry into a private members’ bill that aims to reduce homelessness.
Sajid Javid has rejected two applications in rural Essex to build a total of 1,500 new homes, following appeals by the developers.
Sadiq Khan’s top housing team have signed up to a pledge to promote better speaker diversity at industry events.
A former housing minister has called on the National Audit Office (NAO) to look into Right to Buy fraud, following an Inside Housing investigation.
A total of 36,400 homes were started in England in April to June, less than the 50,000-a-quarter average needed to meet the government’s one million homes target.
Local politicians have called for an inquiry into a controversial Welsh merger, as a row erupts over a lack of tenant consultation.
An enterprising combined company set up by Greater Manchester’s housing associations has been awarded a £9.7m contract to help people back into employment.
The latest housebuilding figures make the case for a fiscal stimulus in the Autumn unanswerable, says Jules Birch
The market is cautious but we still require 300,000 new homes a year, says Susan Emmett
One person’s ‘landlord subsidy’ is someone else’s shortfall against their rent, says Jules Birch
Young people on average salaries in London face ever decreasing housing options, says Kate Davies