Covering all aspects of housing management, from allocations and setting rents to repairs and maintenance, and handling evictions and anti-social behaviour.
Campaign to allow housing associations greater access to homes to save £500m receives major blow
A group of MPs has launched an inquiry into a Liberal Democrat bill to outlaw ‘revenge’ evictions.
Efficiencies and rents underpin record surplus, say London landlords
A survey by a partnership of leading businesses and charities has found that energy bills are the top financial concern for people in Britain, a report published today has revealed.
Affordable rents would be out of reach for families on benefit in London if welfare is capped at £23,000 a year, landlords have warned.
The Learning Disability Alliance England has issued 10 reasons why Lord David Freud should resign following his comments about disabled people ‘not being worth’ the living wage.
Councils can house tenants outside of London without carrying out a detailed assessment of all the available properties nearby, a landmark court ruling has confirmed.
The social housing sector often sends the government inconsistent or complicated messages, but the latest campaign on gas safety is both clear and deserves to be heard
Associations beware a recent decision about people who lack capacity to make decisions about where they live and what care they receive
Schemes to assist residents find work improves satisfaction and bottom line
Aman Sahota from Lewis Silkin argues that a new ‘use class’ in planning regulations is not the way to encourage institutions to invest in the private rented sector
Will the government’s estate regeneration programme appeal to social landlords? David Percival has his doubts
More needs to be done to improve the standard of private rented homes with increasing numbers of young people relying on the sector, says Oliver Colvile
What are the legal opitions when housing staff come under attack? Christine Land, a solicitor at law firm Croftons Solicitors explains
Although district heat networks have been around in the UK since the 50s, we should look to Sweden for inspiration, says Bill Randall