Board members and regulation

Information on regulation, staff moves, pay, training and a host of other issues that affect the careers of social housing professionals.

Slices of bread with living wage stats

Two in three associations pay living wage


The majority of landlords are helping to keep employees above the breadline, survey reveals

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ECO changes could have 'serious implications' on fuel poverty


The government’s changes to the energy company obligation could have ‘serious implications for funding schemes that tackle fuel poverty’, according to the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations. 

Chief executive, Grainger

Grainger to expand PRS drive to regions


Private landlord claims more opportunities are now available in north

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Living wage moral conundrum Video


This week we reveal the results of a survey asking whether social landlords pay the living wage.

Anonymous columnist

The will to work


Motivating staff is becoming increasingly tricky as pay falls in real terms and workloads increase, argues Inside Housing’s anonymous columnist


Time to pay a fair wage


Social landlords are acutely aware that wages are not increasing in line with the cost of living.

Chief executive, Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd

Impact of council mergers on associations


Plans to merge councils across Wales could also have a huge impact on housing associations

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