Campaigns


Inside Housing has run campaigns on issues including fire and gas safety, empty homes, and welfare reform. Our most recent campaign, Housing Benefits, aimed to bust myths about housing and show how it positively impacts other sectors.

Campaigns


Housing benefits


Housing benefits busts negative myths about housing and shows the positive impact it can have on other sectors.


Homes Work


Homes Work shouts about the good work that the housing sector is already doing, while pushing organisations to deliver more.


We want to encourage young people to think about a career in housing and construction – and help people of all ages obtain the skills they need to find sustainable employment.



Into Africa


Into Africa is a competition organised by Inside Housing and charity Homeless International


Grant Britain Homes


Run ahead of the June 2013 spending review, Grant Britain Homes called for long-term grant funding for sub-market rented housing


Green light


Green Light sought access to vital green subsidies for social landlords so they can continue to combat fuel poverty


Get on our land


Get on our land's aim was simple: to free up land on which to build homes


What's the Benefit?


Launched in response to government plans to cut the £21 billion housing benefit bill, What's the Benefit? sought to put pressure on the government to find a fairer way of reducing housing benefit costs.


House Proud


A campaign launched in the run up to the 2010 general election, calling for greater political recognition of the importance of good housing and its role in ensuring the wellbeing of society as a whole.


Safe as Houses


Launched in the wake of the fire that killed six people at Lakanal House, Camberwell in 2009, Safe as Houses sought a range of measures to stop preventable deaths from gas and fire.


Empty Promise


Empty Promise was launched in January 2009. It called on the government to take a range of steps to tackle the scandal of empty homes.