The number of detected Right to Buy frauds in London has more than doubled in a year, councils have reported.
Welsh assembly members have called for greater use of discretionary housing payments (DHPs) to help tenants struggling to pay rent because of the bedroom tax.
Landlords are seeking talks with ministers over how housing associations can deliver energy-efficiency improvements to their stock after the government axed green subsidies last week.
The Home Builders Federation (HBF) has said there is a continuing ‘recovery’ in the number of planning permissions to build social homes.
A committee of MPs has launched an inquiry into the financial viability and sustainability of housing associations.
The Greater London Authority is investing £44m in new Housing Zones for areas in Brent, Westminster and Sutton.
Taylor Wimpey has today reported a £12.2% increase in revenues boosted by higher sales prices.
Genesis has booked a £36.3m surplus for the last financial year, a decrease of around 10% on its figure for the year before.
Households in urban areas must be equipped with adequate broadband speeds, says Richard Bacon
Paul Dolan explains why Johnnie Johnson Housing Trust has remained independent despite previously being judged non-compliant with viability rules
So does it really cost housing associations £150,000 to build what housebuilders can deliver for £90,000?
Practical issues in implementing the government’s ‘Pay to Stay’ policy could lead to legal challenges, suggests Jane Plant