The latest report from the Communities Select Committee makes a positive contribution to the planning debate, writes Colin Wiles
Segregation and discrimination in the US housing market underpin the events in Ferguson Missouri, writes Colin Wiles
George Bailey should be the patron saint of housing. He embodies everything we should be striving towards.
Are Barnet’s proposals for rent increases a vision of the future for social housing?
Colin Wiles reports on his American road trip and his thoughts on the inequality of the housing system there
The new housing minister’s call to build more bungalows is misguided, writes Colin Wiles
The loss of 35,000 social rented homes a year is shocking, writes Colin Wiles
House building statistics are becoming increasingly fuzzy, writes Colin Wiles