Affordable rents would be out of reach for families on benefit in London if welfare is capped at £23,000 a year, landlords have warned.
The Learning Disability Alliance England has issued ten reasons why Lord David Freud should resign following his comments about disabled people being ‘not being worth’ the living wage.
Three single parents, who claimed the bedroom tax breached their human rights by limiting access to their children, have had their case rejected by a High Court judge.
Councils can house tenants outside of London without carrying out a detailed assessment of all the available properties nearby, a landmark court ruling has confirmed.
Social landlords are trying to attract institutional investment to push into the private-rented sector. Andrew Appleyard, head of specialist real estate funds at Aviva Investors, talks to Jess McCabe about what investors want to see
The winners of the 15th Andy Ludlow awards showcase the most creative projects for homeless people in London. Simon Brandon reports
The councillor whose disabled employment question to Lord Freud unleashed a torrent of criticism on the welfare minister writes a blog exclusively for Inside Housing
BLOGS AND OPINION
A consultation on how the government could fund local welfare schemes will be received differently by charities and councils, Heather Spurr writes
Who said this? ‘What is currently happening in the housing market epitomises our concerns about Britain becoming a permanently divided nation.’
A strategy to increase the housing options for elderly people would have a positive impact on the young and old
Winning Nick Atkin’s style, Dr Earth has a vision for Nigel Farage and Eric Pickles arrives in ‘Valhalla’
The Lyons review paves the way for new homes, but Kathleen Kelly says we need more to ensure housing protects against poverty.
Although calls for a strategy to fix Britain’s broken housing market are not new, the Lyons review should be a catalyst for fresh thought and action to solve the housing crisis
Universal credit is being rolled out nationwide - and it is going to change lives, says Lord David Freud
After the 2010 general election, localism was one of the government’s buzzwords, alongside its long forgotten cousin the Big Society.
Social landlords should not repeat past mistakes by valuing cost over quality
Schemes to assist residents find work improves satisfaction and bottom line