A house building ‘factory’ that could produce 1,000 homes a year for 40 social landlords could be up and running by 2016.
A Liberal Democrat MP will attempt to water down the bedroom tax as part of an ‘affordable homes’ private members bill to be debated in parliament next week.
A chief executive who departed a housing association after assuming responsibility for the loss of £30m in a bungled regeneration project has received a six-figure payout.
More than a third of parents have cut back on food to pay for their housing costs, research from Shelter has shown.
Social landlords don’t know whether contractors are requesting payment for the right amounts, warns Theresa Mohammed
How do you deal with a street parade with a million visitors, while keeping your residents happy? Dawn Foster finds out
DCLG makes a questionable listicle about ‘incredible landlords’ and hats off to Steve White
Some social landlords believe a traditional interview is not the way to find the best candidate for the job. Simon Brandon reports on how Bromford Group is using role-playing games to get to know prospective employees
BLOGS AND OPINION
Anti-social behaviour powers should provide greater protections for housing staff, other visitors and even other dogs. But, asks Jennifer Tate, will it be enforceable?
A Policy Exchange report on social housing is heavy on criticism but light on facts, says Heather Spurr
The key to the smooth running of the universal credit rollout is a universal approach, says Lord David Freud
The scale of the crisis in housing supply is increasingly well rehearsed, writes Emma Maier
Smaller landlords such as Gateway are in a position to step up delivery under the 2015-18 grant programme
Mergers can work - but planning is everything, says Jo Savage
A legal change will boost Scottish social landlords’ shared equity sales
Today’s house building figures show welcome progress but four years after taking power the coalition is still many miles away from matching its bold promises.
The French housing market is ‘in meltdown’ after housing starts plunged to the crisis level of double what we are managing in the UK.
The digital age comes with risks for social landlords as well as opportunities, cautions Kirsty Varley