Most social housing tenants do not believe their landlords listen to them or care about them, a survey has found.
More than seven in 10 people lack confidence they will be able to afford care services in the future, a survey has found.
Tenants in Glasgow are to benefit from a massive collection of furniture from the 2014 Commonwealth Games’ athletes’ village.
A contractor has signed a £5m repairs and maintenance deal with a London housing association.
An Inside Housing investigation reveals how much councils intend to spend buying existing homes to reduce their waiting lists.
In 2011, the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) allocated 146 different providers a share of the £1.8bn of grant funding to build new affordable homes by 2015.
Sellafield. Parental help. Mortgages lasting 40 years. Welcome to housing affordability in the 21st century.
How do you deal with a street parade with a million visitors, while keeping your residents happy? Dawn Foster finds out
BLOGS AND OPINION
Cuts to refuges for women are endangering lives, says Bill Randall
Social landlords don’t know whether contractors are requesting payment for the right amounts, warns Theresa Mohammed
DCLG makes a questionable listicle about ‘incredible landlords’ and hats off to Steve White
While some councils buy up homes to boost their social housing stock, boroughs in London are struggling to spend government money for developing or improving gypsy and traveller sites (news, page x). Two prominent councils have handed back £900,000 saying that planning constraints have made their schemes impossible.
Collaboration is needed to ensure boards are diverse and useful
Councillors in London are putting housing higher on their list of priorities
As sales pass 20,000, what’s been the impact of England’s ‘reinviograted’ right to buy so far?
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