The LHA cap is set to leave Welsh landlords and tenants in a sticky situation. Jules Birch investigates what is likely to happen as a result
Hyde Housing’s employment advisor Raffaella Lenza on how to get tenants into work and her secret passion for piano
Theresa May has surprised everyone by calling a general election – so where are the differences in housing policies between the parties likely to lie?
Inside Housing looks back at what was happening in the sector this week 10, 20 and 30 years ago
Where the axe will fall Video
Pete Apps and Sophie Barnes assess the potential impact of the forthcoming cut to housing benefit for young people
Two months ago, Inside Housing and the Chartered Institute of Housing launched a search to find the Rising Star of the housing sector. Today we reveal the shortlist – and their thoughts about the housing professionals of the future and how they could learn from the past to inform what happens next
A landmark ruling could redefine the status of property guardians. Tim Clark, himself a former guardian, looks at what it means for the future of these businesses and their properties’ custodians
Look Ahead contract manager Krystle Wade on star-gazing, caffeine and why the weekend is 50% too short
Inside Housing looks back at what was happening in the sector this week five, 15 and 25 years ago
In just five years, L&G’s residential exposure has grown from zero to £5bn. Nick Johnstone meets the man behind its march into the housing mainstream
Specialist housing for prostituted women is in high demand, but it is under threat from funding cuts. Danielle Aumord finds out whether these crucial services can be kept afloat
Inside Housing and recruitment consultancy Hays’ annual salary survey found high levels of dissatisfaction among housing sector employees. Gavriel Hollander finds out why
New Charter Building Company’s Nicola Hilton on how customers react to a female gas technician and how to get more women into similar roles
Inside Housing looks back at what was happening in the sector this week 10, 20 and 30 years ago
A new Inside Housing list will profile those leading the housing agenda in Scotland. Who will you nominate?
Gavin Barwell has overseen a major shift in policy in his first nine months as housing minister. He tells Gavriel Hollander about his quiet revolution
Services for male victims of domestic abuse are thin on the ground, and council budget cuts are about to make the situation worse. Keith Cooper reports
How much are housing professionals paid? Keith Cooper reports on a survey by Inside Housing and Hays which seeks to find out
The villages of Horden and Blackhall are near the beautiful Durham coastline, so why are some homes there so hard to let? Martin Hilditch finds out
Nearly 700 households in London have been living in temporary accommodation for more than a decade, Inside Housing can reveal.
Home protection Video
Housing associations may be spending more on maintenance, but for what reasons? Martin Hilditch finds out
The Department for Work and Pensions has moved a long way to assuage landlords’ fears over universal credit, as Heather Spurr finds out
Councils with no local plan in place are building homes at a faster rate than those with an adopted plan, Inside Housing research has found.
Inside Housing has spent the last six years investigating life-threatening dangers on a number of housing estates following the death of a young woman from carbon monoxide poisoning. Today, following the conclusion of the UK’s largest ever gas safety prosecution, Martin Hilditch tells the full story of one of the construction industry’s darkest hours.
Daniel Douglas investigates a recent increase in racist incidents in Northern Ireland and how housing providers are dealing with it
Ebola has killed thousands of people and caused widespread panic. But are social landlords considering what they would do if the worst occurred, and a tenant or staff member got sick? Jess McCabe reports
The members of our welfare reform focus group are preparing for the next round of welfare changes: universal credit. Jess McCabe and Gene Robertson find out how they are coping.
The big fish are nibbling at the little fish, general needs housing stock has reached 2 million homes for the first time and affordable rent is spreading faster than you can say ‘core purpose’. Inside Housing has picked snapshots from the Homes and Communities Agency’s 63-page statistical data return as of 31 March 2014 to compare with the previous year’s data. Daniel Douglas reports
With risk comes reward. The chief executives of Britain’s 100 biggest housing associations are diversifying into a range of commercial activities - and their pay packets reflect this. Jess McCabe reports
An Inside Housing investigation reveals how much councils intend to spend buying existing homes to reduce their waiting lists.
An Inside Housing investigation reveals the high level of ‘churn’ on housing association boards. So why are they still made up of identikit members? Martin Hilditch reports
An Inside Housing survey last week revealed voids are dropping. Carl Brown investigates why
Social landlords defy a previously predicted rise in empty homes
Unions are stepping up action on behalf of their members who work in social housing. Heather Spurr gauges how it will affect landlords
Freedom of Information Act requests shows how single homeless people have been disproportionately hit by council budget cuts
A project in south west England is attempting the near-impossible task of combating nimbyism to get affordable homes built. Nick Duxbury returns to his rural roots in Hampshire to investigate
Wales has an ambitious housebuilding target of 20,000 homes by 2021. Nathaniel Barker meets Stuart Ropke, who has a central role to play in helping associations deliver
Planning for change Video
Trudi Elliott believes a new approach is needed to solve the housing crisis. Joe Dart met the Royal Town Planning Institute chief executive to find out more
In May there was a revolution in west London when David Cameron’s favourite council was toppled from power. Peter Apps meets the new leader of Hammersmith and Fulham
Helena Partnerships will soon join forces with neighbouring Golden Gates Housing Trust, to form a new group structure called Torus with the aim of building more homes and creating jobs. Rob Young, its chief executive elect, talks to Jess McCabe about why the deal makes sense
John Taylor, managing director of housing management services at Mears Group, talks to Nick Duxbury about how the contractor’s recent £40m purchase of lettings management business, Omega Group, will help councils house homeless families
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
Howard Sinclair has suffered a vote of no confidence by a trade union and now faces the prospect of industrial action. The chief executive of St Mungo’s Broadway, tells Heather Spurr about his plans for the recently merged homelessness charity.
David Cowans is one of the boldest, most commercially driven chief executives in the housing sector. But does he consider himself to be a part ‘the sector’ – and why is he buying leisure centres? Nick Duxbury finds out.
I wanna tech you up Video
Bromford’s ‘innovation coach’ - and pioneer of maintenance drones and Twitter recruitment - takes Carl Brown on a tour of his ‘lab’
Former Labour housing minister John Healey is on a mission to put housing at the top of the electoral agenda - and don his hard hat and reprise a cabinet housing role. Nick Duxbury meets him
As Cym D’Souza takes the helm after a turbulent time for BME National, she tells Martin Hilditch how she plans to speak up for black and ethnic communities
Keith House and Natalie Elphicke have been tasked with finding out how councils can get more homes built with no extra borrowing. Here, Jess McCabe tries to find out if they have the golden touch
Tim Montgomerie is one of the most influential Conservative thinkers in the UK, a close ally of work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith and a vocal proponent of marriage and family life. Martin Hilditch finds out why housing policy is increasingly exercising his mind
Incoming Chartered Institute of Housing president Steve Stride has uncompromising views and big ambitions for what social landlords can achieve. Nick Duxbury joins the Poplar Harca chief executive on a tour of the borough to hear his plans
Ahead of his appearance at the Chartered Institute of Housing’s annual conference, Conservative peer and Policy Exchange chair Danny Finkelstein tells Jess McCabe what he thinks about the welfare state
They have more than 60 years’ experience in housing journalism between them - but what do they really think about the sector? Nick Duxbury gathered Inside Housing editors past and present to find out
Professor James Curran has studied the environment all his life. Now he’s in charge of Scotland’s fight against floods. He tells Jess McCabe how he’ll rise to the challenge
With a general election looming in 2015, Liberal Democrat president Tim Farron, who’s drafting the party’s housing policy, reveals what the Lib Dem manifesto is likely to have in store for the sector. Pete Apps reports
Matthew Spencer’s career as an environmental campaigner has taken him to Central America’s cloud forests and back. Now, as director of think tank Green Alliance, it’s his job to put pressure on Westminster to make sustainable decisions. He tells Jess McCabe why, despite a tough economic climate, he is optimistic
In his first interview since becoming housing minister two weeks ago, Kris Hopkins tells Martin Hilditch how he’ll be a vocal advocate for England’s regions, why welfare reforms are right and how he’ll listen to social landlords’ concerns