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 government is yet to exempt certain people with a disability from the bedroom tax despite a Supreme Court ruling two months ago.
The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of two bedroom tax appeals from families who argued they had suffered unlawful discrimination due to their disability.
Campaigners against an attempt to evict leaseholders from an estate are raising money to fight Southwark Council in the High Court.
A housing associations’ bid to evict a tenant who had 300 cannabis plants in her spare bedroom has been dismissed by senior judges.
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Luton and Central Bedfordshire Council have been locked in conflict over how best to meet cross-boundary housing need. Martin Hilditch investigates how the government’s duty to cooperate is panning out in practice
A London council faces paying a £26.8m refund to tenants who were overcharged for water, in a case that could have implications for many other landlords.
A court sentencing last week revealed a shocking fraud in a London borough. How confident are you that your colleagues aren’t fraudsters? Pete Apps reports
The Court of Appeal has backed a government decision to waive affordable housing requirements for small developments.
Construction firms will pay £10m to workers who claimed they were blacklisted for union activities, concluding a long-running legal battle.
A council housing officer was jailed for five years today after a “sophisticated” fraud which saw her process 23 bogus homelessness applications.
A council will not appeal a landmark court ruling, meaning social landlords could have to repay millions of pounds to tenants in water charges.
Housing associations will find it easier to avoid being made subject to judicial reviews after a court today ruled they are not public bodies.
A new development of 35 homes, meant for affordable housing, stands abandoned in a Kent town. Pete Apps investigates why, despite the housing crisis, councillors want them torn down.