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.
Accountancy changes could impact landlords’ lending covenants
A sector body is planning to call for more active consumer regulation of arm’s-length management organisation (ALMO) services following the sentencing of an ALMO over a balcony collapse.
The English social housing regulator should amend its proposed code of practice to prevent landlord mergers from being driven by ‘chief executive self-interest’, a landlords’ group has said.
Leeds and Yorkshire Housing Association (LYHA) has announced a new chair and has strengthened its board with three new additional members.
Two Manchester-based housing associations have announced plans to merge.
A tribunal judge has overturned a ruling which would have left Liverpool Mutual Homes exposed to claims worth hundreds of thousands of pounds for unfair dismissal and deduction of wages.
A review has been launched into the regulation of care homes in Northern Ireland by the Commissioner for People.
Associations have long expressed concerns about the impact of universal credit on vulnerable tenants…
Bims Alalade wanted to know about what happens at the grassroots level of YMCA. So she went undercover with Channel 4 to find out.
While the housing sector is diverse, this is not reflected in our leadership which remains too white, too old and too male, says Steve Stride
Soon after he was appointed in 2010, communities secretary Eric Pickles said his ‘priorities were localism, localism and localism’.
Take the opportunity to voice your opinions on the sleep-in wage, says Matthew Wort
The regulator must be careful when drawing up new rules, writes Carl Brown
Reshuffle has dealt bad hands to housing and human rights, says Ann O’Byrne
New housing and planning minister Brandon Lewis responded to questions put to him by Inside Housing.
Home Group One of the UK’s largest housing associations has posted a dip in its 2013/14 surplus, going against the trend of big landlords reporting record increases in surpluses.