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
Nearly seven in 10 people to experience housing worries in the past five years feel it has impacted on their mental health, a study has found.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has made a final call for evidence for its inquiry into housing for disabled people.
Hostels need extra support to provide end of life care for homeless people with advanced ill health, says Dr Briony Hudson
Westminster Council has launched an urgent investigation after a letter was sent to households in temporary accommodation telling them their possessions could be destroyed if they did not pay a weekly storage charge.
The Homelessness Reduction Bill has now become law, placing a new duty on councils to intervene at an earlier stage to prevent homelessness.
Major political parties have backed Inside Housing’s election campaign call to commit to eradicating rough sleeping by the end of the next parliament.
It is time our political leaders commit to stamping out rough sleeping for good, says Emma Maier
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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.
Local Plans should be changed as a “matter of urgency” if there are gaps in providing accessible housing, a cross-party committee of MPs has recommended.
Thirteen Group is aiming to help prevent homelessness on behalf of five councils across the North East. The group’s director Chris Smith explains more
A Scottish council is working on a pilot project to build modular extensions to the homes of older or disabled people to help them remain in their properties.
Tony Stacey of South Yorkshire Housing Association considers what impact the snap election could have on the housing sector