The High Court has ruled that a housing association is not liable to compensate tenants for water bills, in the latest case in a saga over alleged overpayments.
The High Court has granted a legal challenge of the lower benefit cap brought by four single-parent families.
A group of 25 house builders and land promoters have launched a judicial review against a rule change allowing councils with Neighbourhood Plans to block development.
The claims management industry is increasingly encouraging tenants to seek compensation from social landlords, warns Sian Evans of law firm Weightmans
As the government prepares to review anti-social behaviour (ASB) guidance for social landlords, Jason Hobday of Trowers & Hamlins wonders what precisely ministers are planning
A recent court case means social housing providers need to be more careful about how they go about recovering overpayments, says Theresa Mohammed of Trowers & Hamlins
Glasgow City Council has made the largest housing association in Scotland joint owner of the council’s building service department.
L&Q will build 2,000 homes in the North West as part of a joint venture with a locally-based Manchester landlord.
Peterborough City Council and housing association Cross Keys Homes have agreed to set up a housing company to build homes in the city.
Senior figures linked to a Ministry of Defence department are seeking to encourage investors to buy around 40,000 Armed Forces homes from a private company.