Covering all aspects of housing management, from allocations and setting rents to repairs and maintenance, and handling evictions and anti-social behaviour.
A London council plotting a major stock transfer will be guided entirely by an independent commission of residents, its leader has said.
The number of social home starts in Scotland dropped in the second quarter of this year from the same period in 2013 by nearly a half, according to official statistics.
Councils will be forced to publish valuations of their social homes from April, despite the majority warning that it would lead to ‘misinformed debate’.
More private renters are struggling to get landlords to improve the quality of their homes, according to a Citizens Advice report out today.
Universal credit may not prove value for money and faces a ‘challenging timetable’ with its plans to introduce a new digital service, according to Whitehall’s spending watchdog.
A London borough will offer existing tenants a 5% deposit and first chance to buy properties it is building to fund the development of new social homes.
One of the largest stock holding councils in London is considering transferring its 12,500 homes to a housing association or community-run landlord.
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