Thursday, 24 April 2014

Inside Housing - 2014

View stories from previous issues.

  • Inside Housing - 17/04/2014

    Two in three associations pay living wage, CIH to cut jobs to boost services and save £600k, and Inside Housing looks at how landlords in our welfare reform focus group are coping as the bedroom tax turns a year old

  • Inside Housing - 11/04/2014

    HCA to launch investment arm, Housing 21 in sales dispute with regulator, and our exclusive survey reveals how social landlords are increasingly wooing other organisations into strategic partnerships

  • Inside Housing - 04/04/2014

    Councils use HRA reforms to repurchase homes, £20 million threat to balance sheets, and our 30th anniversary issue delves into the Inside Housing archives to discover the stories hitting the headlines over the past three decades

  • Inside Housing - 28/03/2014

    Lib Dems propose to overhaul bedroom tax, threat to Welsh tenant groups, and, in our South west special, Bristol’s first elected mayor spells out his ambitious housing plans

  • Inside Housing - 21/03/2014

    Osborne targets market sale with buyer’s Budget, warnings over erosion of green standards, and why Brighton Housing Trust is giving tenants free internet access

  • Inside Housing - 14/03/2014

    Landlords rethink private sector plans, Wandsworth claims £40m homes windfall, and find out how the 2013 Rising Stars competition winner Peter Bond got on as guest editor of this issue of Inside Housing