A couple who had their housing benefit reduced because they were unable to share a bedroom due to a severe disability have defeated the government in court for the second time.
Former civil service chief and crossbench peer Lord Bob Kerslake has called on the government to look again at welfare changes in light of increasing homelessness and the rising cost of support.
Jules Birch looks at the impact of the Local Housing Allowance cap on the poorest families in Wales
The LHA cap is set to leave Welsh landlords and tenants in a sticky situation. Jules Birch investigates what is likely to happen as a result
Labour has released new research showing an average of nearly 1,000 more homes have been built in councils under its control since 2010, as it seeks to make housing a battleground of its election campaign.
The Welsh Government has allocated nearly £150,000 of funding for co-operative housing.
A slim majority of respondents to the Scottish Government’s planning consultation have opposed a dramatic hike in planning fees.
Borrowing caps on councils’ Housing Revenue Accounts (HRA) should be raised – and, in some cases, scrapped – to help boost housebuilding, MPs have recommended.
Jeremy Corbyn has added housing association homes to his pledge to deliver 500,000 affordable rented properties in the life of a parliament.
Major political parties have backed Inside Housing’s election campaign call to commit to eradicating rough sleeping by the end of the next parliament.
Heath & Care
As the NHS puts more of a focus on health creation, housing providers are well-placed to contribute, says Merron Simpson, chief executive of the New NHS Alliance
A new research project backed by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) will assess how councils and housing associations can work together to tackle homelessness.