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.
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) is to draw up templates for action to try to protect housing association homes in the event of insolvency.
The government has been slammed by campaigners over plans announced today to target fuel poverty.
Mick Leggett, chief executive for Cross Keys Homes, has announced he will retire as soon as a successor is found
The housing sector is failing to embrace social media and communications officers are ‘boring, staid and corporate’, according to a housing chief executive.
Two housing associations have formally requested permission to merge, in a deal that would create a 29,000-home nationwide social landlord.
The chief executive of Viridian Housing has resigned as the landlord continues preparations to merge with another housing association.
Plus Dane Group has announced its new chief executive, Barbara Spicer, following the departure of the previous leader after regulatory criticism.
A round up of what’s happening in the housing sector this week - 21 to 25 of July.
So, after barely two minutes in the job, it’s all done and dusted for Kris Hopkins
Cosmopolitan turns spotlight on board members’ leadership
The latest Real Life Reform report raises many questions, but the key question for Kathleen Kelly is where do social landlords go next?
Brandon Lewis has been appointed as the housing and planning minister and will lead the government’s housing agenda in the run-up to the 2015 general election. Inside Housing tells you all you need to know about the new minister.
Get all the latest news on David Cameron’s latest cabinet reshuffle for the last time before general election in 2015.
Thursday’s public sector strike should matter to all in the housing sector because low pay and the cost of living crisis are key issues in the run up to 2015
Anyone who witnessed Eric Pickles struggle his way through his speech at the CIH conference could be forgiven for wondering why he appeared so nervous
Welfare reform has been a challenge for landlords, however Citizens Advice has been looking at ways the downsides are being mitigated