News of key cases and judgements, plus in depth briefings on the implications of the latest verdicts and regulations.
More private renters are struggling to get landlords to improve the quality of their homes, according to a Citizens Advice report out today.
An employee made unfounded allegations of bribery and corruption against a large social housing contractor in order to negotiate his exit from the company and avoid repaying a loan, a tribunal has found.
A bill intended to outlaw ‘revenge evictions’ was published yesterday ahead of its second reading on Friday.
Lord Prescott has called on housing professionals in the north east of England to ‘come together’ and capitalise on the political climate to secure devolution of powers to the region.
Southwark Council has slammed a court judgement which found its staff conspired to unlawfully evict a tenant- but is nevertheless reviewing all evictions since April 2013.
The bedroom tax should not apply to homes where a spare room has been converted to a safe room or panic room, lawyers will argue in the High Court today.
Less than one in five cases of youth homelessness are being prevented by councils’ housing services, a report out today has revealed.
What steps can social landlords take to ensure they don’t inadvertently disclose information that puts domestic abuse victims at risk? Christine Land from Croftons explains
Jennifer Oscroft examines a Supreme Court decision on evicting homeless applicants from interim temporary homeless accommodation
Social landlords will find it tougher trying to force contractors to pay a living or minimum wage
A recent Employment Appeal Tribunal judgment may give housing association staff cause for concern, Kate Watkins explains
A landmark Court of Appeal judgment on out-of-area placements gives the green light for ‘social cleansing’ of the poor on a mass scale, writes Jayesh Kunwardia
A Court of Appeal ruling means landlords can breathe a sigh of relief over leaseholder consultation, writes Christine Land
Founding member of the Gas Access Campaign Mark Henderson explains why he is delighted the government rejected landlords’ call for greater powers to access homes for gas safety checks
Ebola is dominating the headlines, but social landlords should have an up-to-date policy on infectious diseases to protect employees