News of key cases and judgements, plus in depth briefings on the implications of the latest verdicts and regulations.
A Liberal Democrat MP will attempt to water down the bedroom tax as part of an ‘affordable homes’ private members bill to be debated in parliament next week.
The first major piece of housing legislation for Wales created through devolved powers is expected to receive Royal Assent in three weeks.
A north London landlord has been prosecuted for renting out a room that could only be entered on all fours as it was deemed to be a fire risk.
Legal action could lead to landlords paying out more for overnight stays
More than 20,000 social homes have been sold off under the government’s reinvigorated Right to Buy scheme since 2012, but only 3,634 replacement homes have been started.
Every social landlord in Wales now has a domestic abuse policy for both tenants and staff following an intervention by the Welsh housing minister.
Two men have been arrested following the stabbing of a homeless man in Gillingham.
Social landlords don’t know whether contractors are requesting payment for the right amounts, warns Theresa Mohammed
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?
Mergers can work - but planning is everything, says Jo Savage
A legal change will boost Scottish social landlords’ shared equity sales
The digital age comes with risks for social landlords as well as opportunities, cautions Kirsty Varley
Scottish landlords will have to cope with more complicated compliance
Social landlords can learn a green lesson from the private sector, says Natalie Owen
Inside Housing’s anonymous columnist is in a dilemma about whether to follow the rulebook or his moral compass