A housing association in the South East will no longer have to demolish 35 newly-built homes after winning a planning appeal.
A developer has dropped its appeal against a High Court ruling which found Winchester Council broke the law by not consulting on a controversial development.
The chief executive of Hyde has warned housing associations have been “partly responsible” for creating a “dependency culture”, as she set out a vision for a new giant organisation.
A Labour council hopes its new housing company will be allowed to buy the authority’s own vacant ‘high-value’ stock, preventing loss of homes to fund the Right to Buy extension.
Thames Valley Housing and Genesis have appointed a joint board and leadership team as they prepare to merge in July.
Rents in Brighton and Bristol soared by 18% last year as the cost of renting privately rose in major towns and cities across the country.
A Norfolk-based housing association has had its governance rating downgraded over concerns about a new auditing system.