Covering all aspects of housing management, from allocations and setting rents to repairs and maintenance, and handling evictions and anti-social behaviour.
Government-enforced changes to how landlords recoup rent arrears under universal credit could force tenants into the arms of loan sharks, housing associations have warned.
The housing sector should not assume that Labour supports a return to social rent, the chair of an umbrella-group of housing associations has warned.
The majority of social tenants able to work are in employment, while lone parents and migrants experience no advantage in securing a social home.
Southwark Council has slammed a court judgement which found its staff conspired to unlawfully evict a tenant- but is nevertheless reviewing all evictions since April 2013.
A four-year-old girl and her father were pulled alive from the rubble after a family home was destroyed in a gas explosion in Southampton yesterday.
London could become the ‘preserve of the super-rich’ unless more homes are built in the capital, warns an umbrella-group for housing associations.
Scotland needs a more ‘coherent approach’ to mitigate the effects of welfare reform, an influential group of housing associations has said.
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