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Beyond the budget: What next for housing?

Kris Jones

September 2015

2015 will go down as the year when everything changed for housing – and it’s not finished yet. Jules Birch assesses the impact of the surprises contained in the Summer Budget and looks ahead to what we can expect in the coming months.

How dense can we be?

Jon Land

July/August 2015

Is higher density housing the answer to London’s housing crisis as some believe? Or will it tip over into hyperdensity and turn the city into Hong Kong and Shanghai? Paul Coleman reports. We often focus on the petals and ignore the plant.

The Best Companies Housing List 2015

Max Salsbury

March 2015

Housing associations and ALMOs are hot property at the moment. There are so many success stories that employee engagement expert Best Companies has compiled its first ever Housing List, exclusively for 24housing magazine.

The National Grid

Colin Wiles

January 2015

In the second of his letters from America, Colin Wiles explores the history of the country’s gridiron street system.

This infographic shows the range of properties that Notting Hill Home Ownership have marketed over the last few months – 600 properties are available on shared ownership across 10 different developments and eight different boroughs, for people with household incomes ranging from £24,000 to £80,000.

Shared ownership, collective responsiblity

Katie Bond

February 2015

24housing’s 2014 Young Leaders Award winner – and this month’s guest editor – Katie Bond says the housing sector must up its game ahead of the general election and engage politicians on behalf of the people that need us most – the under 30s. And she believes rebranding shared ownership could be the answer.

A big year for housing - 2015 predictions

Max Salsbury

January 2015

With 2015 threatening to be a pivotal year in so many ways, we asked the great and good of housing (plus a few hangers on) for their predictions on what the next 12 months will hold. Those easily frightened should look away now.


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