The former chair of the Housing Corporation has been named chair of a new housing association, once its merger completes in the New Year.
There are simple things we can do to help grow people into the chief executives of tomorrow, argue Boris Worrall and Alison Inman
One of England’s largest housing associations is facing union action after warning supported housing staff could be dismissed and re-engaged on new terms as part of a major restructure.
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Inside Housing has today published its annual chief executive salary survey.
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The London Plan will not be published until 2019, the deputy mayor of housing for the Greater London Authority has revealed.
The government has set up a working group of 20 councils to look at how to implement fixed-term tenancies, a key plank of the Housing and Planning Act.
Social landlords and local authorities across the Sheffield City Region have signed a compact which they hope could lead to a devolution deal on housing.
The Scottish Government has launched a consultation into making housing associations in Scotland subject to Freedom of Information requests.
The government’s much-anticipated Housing White Paper will not be published until January, the communities secretary revealed yesterday.
The government’s £4.7bn Affordable Homes Programme could equally fund affordable housing, Rent to Buy and homeownership products, the chair of the Homes and Communities Agency revealed today.
The national roll-out of Right to Buy for housing association tenants will not take place until after April 2018 at the earliest, with the sell-off of high-value council homes also delayed.
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.