Clarion chair Sir Robin Young has announced his intention to stand down from the organisation at the start of April.
The Housing Ombudsman has announced she is leaving the role to take over at the helm of a small, specialist housing association in London.
We must strive to think more about the wider role that social housing plays in improving people’s lives, says David Orr
The deadline to enter Inside Housing’s Rising Stars competition has been extended.
Staff at Clarion Housing Group will be denied full sick pay for the first three days of any illness under new contracts at the giant housing group.
Apprenticeships and skills training can provide a vital leg-up for those most in need, says Martin Armstrong
Ruth Cooke explains how an innovative employee engagement programme is encouraging positive change throughout her organisation
Symphony has recruited directors with experience of working for private firms, including G4S and Capita. Chief executive Bronwen Rapley explains why.
A London housing association has appointed a former director of homelessness services as its interim chief executive.
Our annual competition to crown the sector’s Rising Star is now open for entries.
The full transcript of Chartered Institute of Housing president Julie Fadden’s speech in London tonight
Orbit Group has appointed an interim chief executive to replace the departing Paul Tennant.
Former Orbit chief executive Paul Tennant has been named as the interim chief executive of the Law Society.
The chief executive of Metropolitan has announced he is stepping down from the large London landlord in July.
One Housing’s long-standing chief executive, Mick Sweeney, is stepping down after 30 years at the helm, the association has announced.
Former Circle boss Mark Rogers will leave Clarion Housing Group at the end of this month, the newly-merged organisation announced this morning.
Housing associations and construction firms need to ensure they are attracting and recruiting younger employees to prevent an ageing workforce, says Matthew Harrison
Genesis Housing Association has appointed a former energy chief as its new chair.
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Talent retention, cost cutting, flexible working, Brexit? Joe Dart hears from six housing association HR experts about what challenges they’re tackling in 2017
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.
NEW YEAR REFLECTIONS: Jules Birch looks back at the events of 2016 in the first of a series of end-of-year comment pieces
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.
The events of 2016 are a lesson to expect the unexpected, says Michelle Meldrum
Unions at the newly merged Clarion Group have launched a survey of members to gauge support for action.
Review of the year 2016 Video
In our last issue of 2016, Inside Housing looks back at the year’s social housing headlines
The National Housing Federation (NHF) is considering a reduction in staffing numbers, as it seeks to squeeze costs ahead of a cut to its annual fees.
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.
The giant 128,000-home housing association due to be formed through the merger of Affinity Sutton and Circle Housing Group could be threatened with strike action after a row with trade unions.
Ian Hughes, chief executive of Rooftop Housing Group, explains how the social housing sector has evolved over the years and what new challenges it faces
This year marks the centenary celebrations of the Chartered Institute of Housing and is an opportune moment to reflect on the successes of its founder, Octavia Hill, and consider the role of women in the housing sector, argues Jo Richardson
A 6,000-home housing association has appointed another landlord’s strategy and communications boss as its new chief executive.
The National Housing Federation (NHF) has criticised the English social housing regulator’s proposal to charge fees.
Genesis has cut its number of estates services suppliers from 55 to just two in a bid to find savings.
Irwell Valley Housing Association has appointed Sasha Deepwell as its new chief executive.
The Chartered Institute of Housing has today warned associations not to miss out on recouping cash from a new apprenticeship tax that will be introduced next year.
A draft of an “alternative” merger code will be published for consultation later this week.
Matt Leach is to leave his role as chief executive of the Housing Associations’ Charitable Trust.
The classification decision isn’t a crisis for Scottish housing associations, says David Bookbinder
Housing has taken centre stage at the Labour Party Conference in Liverpool this week. Pete Apps reports.
An IT analyst who attempted to defraud a housing association out of nearly £430,000 has been jailed for five years.
The housing association sector’s leaders have converged on Birmingham for the last few days for the annual National Housing Federation conference. There was no shortage of drama, thought-provoking discussion, talking points and juicy gossip. Inside Housing looks at the highlights.
Changing attitudes to work means employers have to adapt, says Gary Hay, partner at Capsticks
Strong leadership is integral to successfully driving employee engagement, says Thames Valley Housing’s Jane Long
Three different organisations share the ways in which they engage with their employees
The number of tenant complaints received by social landlords surveyed by benchmarking experts Housemark has steadily increased during the past three financial years.
Inside Housing has today published its annual chief executive salary survey.
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
Value for money and benchmarking can get in the way of innovation and effectiveness, says Paul Taylor
Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Cymru has announced the departure of its director.
Public concern about housing has hit its highest level for more than 40 years, according to polling company Ipsos Mori.
Lee Clarke, partner at Capsticks, provides his take on how non-executive boards can overcome some of the sector’s biggest governance challenges
Possession claims issued by social landlords have continued to fall, Ministry of Justice figures show.
A memorial service for Tom Manion will take place in Manchester next month.
The chair of 18,700-home Longhurst Group has died following a long battle with cancer.
Tributes have been paid to a former housing association chief executive who died last week.
The deadline to complete Inside Housing’s Innovation Index research survey has been extended until midnight on Friday 5 August.
Every year, the great and the good of the English NHS come together at a huge conference. For the 2016 event, some familiar housing faces were in attendance. Did they manage to untangle the health jargon and discover new ways to collaborate with the NHS? Inside Housing finds out
Aspire Housing’s housing support and well-being advisor tells Inside Housing about the ups and downs of the job
Alliance Homes’ support caseworker, Fern Smith, explains why Hollywood’s loss is housing’s gain
BPHA’s community development officer tells Inside Housing how he channels the A-Team at work, but would quit in a heartbeat if one particular Hollywood star came calling
Jo Ellis, Aldwyck Housing Group’s floating support area services manager, talks about supporting tenants, funding security and having superhuman speed
Midland Heart’s multi-trade operative tells Inside Housing about his passion for stargazing and how he’d take a more relaxed approach to running the country