Rhiannon was a senior reporter on Inside Housing, but left in May 2013.
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Six in 10 English councils are stockpiling new homes bonus cash rather than spending it on specific community projects.
The UK’s largest provider of retirement housing has attacked the government’s latest mortgage guarantee scheme for ‘doing nothing’ for older people or to free up homes by helping them downsize.
Housing association staff have told of their horror at the condition of 12 homeless men forced to work as ‘slaves’ by a convicted gang.
- Confusion over benefits puts shelters in jeopardy
- Pickles hails success of troubled families scheme
- Council angered by offices to homes plans
- GHA agrees £106m repairs deal
- Renters work extra month to fund housing
- Government publishes care bill
- University seeks developers for green homes
The need for better co-operation between health and social care services is well known, so why is it so hard to achieve?
The recommendation from a group of MPs that housing providers should be involved in care decisions is an opportunity not to be missed
Yesterday’s long-awaited announcement on care hasn’t pleased everyone, but it does at least give some certainty
- Beginning of the end?
- Missing link
- Care costs stalemate
- Care costs
- Picture of health
- Housing the young
- Strategic failings