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Westminster’s promise to devolve housing benefit to Scotland is poorly thought through and needs greater examination, experts have warned.
Liberal Democrat MPs will be expected to vote for a bill that will water down the bedroom tax next Friday.
A London council claims it could be granted an exemption from rules allowing developers to convert offices to homes without planning permission after government officials admitted getting figures wrong.
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) is to ask the government to change laws to prevent profit-making businesses setting up non-profit subsidiaries as housing associations for tax purposes.
A care home operator has been fined £85,000 after a resident with dementia was suffocated by an inadequately secured wardrobe.
The first major piece of housing legislation for Wales created through devolved powers is expected to receive Royal Assent in three weeks.
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.
Social landlords don’t know whether contractors are requesting payment for the right amounts, warns Theresa Mohammed
Collaboration is needed to ensure boards are diverse and useful
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