The long-standing chief executive of one of England’s largest housing associations resigned last week.
Five housing leaders and several local authority figures – including the chief executive of Stonewall Housing Services and the chair of Accent Group – are among those recognised in this year’s New Year’s honours list.
Unions at the newly merged Clarion Group have launched a survey of members to gauge support for action.
Careers & Ideas
Inside Housing sub-editor Lucy Brown shares her thoughts on her first year as a volunteer with Crisis at Christmas
The Housing and Planning Act changes what happens to insolvent housing associations, says Séamas Gray
Buyers are sceptical about Starter Homes and shared ownership, says Derek Long
It’s time for our annual look at chief executive salaries, and after some of the most in-depth research to date, Sophie Barnes reveals how the pay within the 177 biggest housing associations in the sector compares
Inside Housing has today published its annual chief executive salary survey.
Private landlords should welcome licensing because it is driving out the rogues, says Sir Robin Wales
Is pay for housing professionals weathering the storm? See how your salary compares.
The government is yet to exempt certain people with a disability from the bedroom tax despite a Supreme Court ruling two months ago.
Sian Evans explains how a landmark Court of Appeal ruling is set to change how social landlords go about removing problem tenants.
Southwark Council is facing prosecution for breaching fire safety regulations following the deaths of six people in the Lakanal House fire.
NEW YEAR REFLECTIONS: Jules Birch concludes his two-part review of what the year meant for housing
NEW YEAR REFLECTIONS: Jules Birch looks back at the events of 2016 in the first of a series of end-of-year comment pieces
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has appointed a new chief executive with a background in housing delivery within local government.
2016 was another busy year of housing news. Assistant editor Carl Brown counts down Inside Housing’s most read news stories of the year in reverse order.
Boards must show restraint because the last thing the sector needs is another rash of damaging stories about ‘fat-cat’ pay for executives, says James Tickell
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has been formally notified of a ballot to strike by staff following a dispute over a pay increase.