Covering all aspects of housing management, from allocations and setting rents to repairs and maintenance, and handling evictions and anti-social behaviour.
The body of a sex worker has been found in the garden of a housing association property in Salford.
Three vulnerable women who were deprived of a council tax reduction have won a court case against Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council.
Rents in Wales have fallen year-on-year in comparison to inflation, the Residential Landlords Association has said based on data from the Office for National Statistics.
Heart of England housing association has been given £3.6m to settle a historic dispute over a transfer of council properties in 1996.
A couple has been jailed for carrying out a seven-year fraud, using money to buy properties and finance mortgage repayments.
Despite being in work, 48% of 20-to-34-year-olds are living with their parents because they cannot afford to rent or buy their own home, a poll by housing charity Shelter has found.
Support for new house building has soared since 2010, a government survey of social attitudes has revealed.
By having a standard way of calculating social impact, Affinity Sutton has worked out the value of community investment programmes compare to other projects, writes Phil Miles
What is it about a ‘poor door’ that causes so much outrage?
Threats and abuse will not prevent Orbit Group from providing essential services
Providing private rented sector homes might fulfill a housing association’s social purpose but it doesn’t make financial sense, Pete Apps writes.
Here’s the second part of my blog on some key themes emerging from the latest English Housing Survey.
Here’s the new information about housing in England in a two-part blog on what caught my eye.
Welfare reform has been a challenge for landlords, however Citizens Advice has been looking at ways the downsides are being mitigated
A round up of what’s happening in the housing sector this week - 21 to 25 of July.