The right kind of home Video
Patients leaving hospital with unresolved housing issues are costing the NHS hundreds of millions a year. Kate Youde meets one housing provider that is addressing the problem
Housing minister Gavin Barwell’s Croydon constituency has a homelessness crisis. Now members of the community are taking matters into their own hands to find a solution. Martin Hilditch reports
We have much to learn from how our predecessors addressed the housing crisis following the First World War, says Jill Stewart
The government expects the new duties in the Homelessness Reduction Bill to lead to a 30% decrease in homelessness acceptances by its third year, a document seen by Inside Housing has revealed.
Jimmy Carlson, an activist who was awarded an OBE for his services to combatting homelessness, has died aged 69.
An interactive live performance of a play inspired by Cathy Come Home will be streamed live tonight, with readers able to change the plot acted out on stage.
The government has announced £48m will be given to councils for the extra duties they will face from the Homelessness Reduction Bill.
Care & Support
The proposed new model for supported housing protects funding and puts councils at the heart of commissioning, argue government ministers Caroline Nokes and Marcus Jones
The largest housing association in Scotland has received almost half a million pounds raised in fines from bankers to help house homeless veterans.
Isos Housing has found a way to continue building supported housing but could do more if it had certainty over funding, says its executive director Michael Farr
The supported housing bidding figures look encouraging but now is the time for the sector to make its views on the LHA cap known, says Emma Maier