More and more Conservatives appear to believe that the market on its own will never solve the housing crisis, says Colin Wiles
Neighbourhood Plans are hindering not helping the delivery of new homes, says Colin Wiles
What are the prospects for housing in the new political landscape? Colin Wiles writes.
The divide opened up by the referendum extends to tenants and housing association heads, says Colin Wiles
The Housing and Planning Act gives ministers the power to overrule local decisions, says Colin Wiles
The government’s flagship planning framework was supposed to boost house building but has made little difference, says Colin Wiles
The housing crisis is at the heart of most social, political and economic problems, says Colin Wiles
Fixing the housing crisis depends upon understanding the lessons of the past, writes Colin Wiles
Mega-mergers will create serious risks and dangers for the housing association sector, writes Colin Wiles
Developers continue to evade their responsibility to provide affordable homes, writes Colin Wiles.
By ruling out development on green belt land, the two main candidates to be London’s mayor have failed in their duty to priced-out Londoners, writes Colin Wiles.
Everyone in UK housing should respond to the latest consultation on planning writes Colin Wiles
The government’s obsessive focus on home ownership is regressive and counter-productive, writes Colin Wiles
The Conservatives’ manifesto commitment is already crumbling writes, Colin Wiles
The Housing Bill’s impact assessment mangles the definition of words, writes Colin Wiles