Notting Hill Housing Group has bought a 112-unit slice of a build-to-rent scheme in east London.
Lambeth Borough Council has approved the redevelopment of a council estate which could pave the way for up to 1,300 homes.
The government has named the local authorities and housing associations that will take a share of its £32m estates regeneration grant fund.
The government is considering a radical shake-up of planning negotiations, by rolling affordable housing payments into a new Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) regime.
Housing minister Gavin Barwell has urged Londoners not to give in “to fear or hate” after a terrorist attack in Westminster yesterday.
Kingston Council is looking for a partner to develop up to 2,000 homes at a town centre estate, in the latest scheme marking a shift in the market towards outer London boroughs.
Average house prices in Aberdeen dropped by 10.2% in the year to January 2017, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics.
Berkeley Group has blamed increased obligations on affordable housing as one of the reasons behind its London starts plummeting 30%.
Lord Bob Kerslake has agreed to become chair of a council’s wholly owned regeneration company.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has overturned decisions on two planning applications for the first time, after a developer promised to lift affordable housing contributions.
The Metropolitan Police has plans to deliver around 1,900 new homes on its surplus sites, it was revealed today.
The Metropolitan Police has not put a site up for sale since Sadiq Khan’s victory as London mayor, as it reworks its strategy to take account of his 50% target.
Plans to transfer 17,000 homes in Hammersmith and Fulham into a new community-led housing association have been abandoned.
More than one in four construction workers in London are from EU countries, a report released today by City Hall shows.
Two London-based homelessness charities, Evolve Housing and Support and Grenfell Housing and Training, have agreed to merge.
L&Q has been selected by Argent Related and Barnet Council to deliver 132 homes at the 6,700-home Brent Cross South scheme in north-west London.
The number of home buyers in London fell to a four-year low in 2016, with home mover activity dropping to its lowest level in 25 years.
L&Q ramped up its delivery of market sale and rent units during the nine months to 31 December 2016, as its social housing activity dropped.
Just 10 housing associations were responsible for three-quarters of the sale activity carried out by UK landlords in 2015/16, while the total proceeds from such sales grew by 39%.
Standard & Poor’s (S&P) today affirmed its credit rating for an Essex housing association, with a negative outlook due to its exposure to market sale development.
Haringey councillors last night voted in favour of the selection of Lendlease as the preferred bidder for the local authority’s £2bn development vehicle.
Hammersmith & Fulham was one of only a few UK local authority areas to report a decrease in house prices during December, amid a rise in house prices nationwide.
Housing associations built almost half of the new homes completed in London last year, according to a report from the National Housing Federation (NHF) published yesterday.
The planning system has allowed soaring land values in London to reduce the amount of affordable housing delivered, research commissioned by London boroughs claims.
Southwark Council is preparing to launch a new intermediate housing list that will enable it to allocate eligible candidates to discounted market rent products.
Hyde Group has said it is considering appealing Croydon Council’s decision to refuse planning permission for a scheme containing 129 affordable units in Croydon.
One of the UK’s biggest property companies is in talks with housing regulator the Homes and Communities Agency about setting up its own private registered provider.
Clarion Group, the UK’s largest social housing provider, has reported that its sales volumes have come in 30% lower than expected in the first three quarters of the financial year.
The Cheyne Social Property Impact Fund has purchased a 338-unit portfolio of residential properties in Croydon, thought to be worth £51.8m.
Central London’s rental market is “beginning to show signs of topping out”, according to National Landlords Association figures released today.
Islington Council has published its 2017/18 budget, which includes £40m for the building of new council housing in the borough.
The mayor of London Sadiq Khan has taken control of two planning applications containing a total of around 700 homes – in his first planning ‘call-in’ since being elected.
A south London council’s bid for judicial review of the governments decision to block its attempt to remove leaseholders from an estate has been rejected.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has earmarked £50m to provide move-on accommodation for homeless people and to support women rough sleepers.
City Hall has today begun consulting on new guidelines for estates regeneration projects, which will inform planning policy and determine eligibility for grant funding.
The London Assembly has called on the capital’s mayor Sadiq Khan to act against a “perfect storm” of homelessness.
The London Plan will not be published until 2019, the deputy mayor of housing for the Greater London Authority has revealed.
Housing associations in London are poised to enter “strategic partnerships” with City Hall, as Sadiq Khan’s overhaul of affordable housing funding was hailed as a “defining moment in housing history”.
Sadiq Khan will fund social rent level homes in London with fixed grant rates of £60,000 per unit, in a major shake-up of affordable housing funding.
The government has announced £3.15bn of its Affordable Homes Programme will be given to London to deliver 90,000 homes.