Covering all aspects of housing management, from allocations and setting rents to repairs and maintenance, and handling evictions and anti-social behaviour.
The developer of an £8bn regeneration scheme in west London ‘ignored’ future house prices rises as it sought to persuade a council to minimise the level of affordable housing, an independent report said.
The number of homelessness applications and people accepted as homeless have fallen in Scotland over the past year.
The government has delayed the introduction of new anti-social behaviour injunctions in order to ensure minors have access to legal aid to challenge them.
The Scottish government has today announced which organisations will receive £4.5m for more than 1,600 homes to be made more energy efficient.
The government is considering introducing pre-paid cards for benefit payments, Iain Duncan Smith revealed today.
Welfare benefits would be frozen for two years under a Conservative government, George Osborne announced today.
One of Britain’s biggest construction firms has warned it could be ‘challenging’ to build on sites earmarked by Conservatives for the development of 100,000 discounted homes.
Mike Spencer reflects on the charity Child Poverty Action Group’s recent win on funding for low income families in a crisis
Government plans to increase barriers for young people to benefits could lead to more becoming homeless, argues Paul Anderson
Paul Ciniglio reveals the results of research conducted by First Wessex and the Zero Carbon Hub into the installations of mechanical ventilation with heat recovery
Public engagement and enthusiasm in the housing sector are paramount to progress, says Ann O’Byrne
Lessons can be learnt from the Homes and Communities Agency’s latest review of how it regulates consumer standards, says Dean Underwood
Many people, including ‘generation Y’, are in desperate need of wholesome housing
A more digital sector is not about moving away from customers, says Nick Atkin
A concerted effort needs to be made if we are going to make homeownership affordable for future generations, argues Steve Hicks