Do you work for a housing association? If you do, here’s a question – how many members of your organisation’s board can you name?
Housing is in a state of flux with residents being evicted by landlords on unreasonable grounds and thousands of tenants still living with Grenfell-style cladding. So, what does the country’s...
As July celebrates the centenary of the Addison Act, how can the industry maintain its promise to build “homes fit for heroes” in modern Britain?
Successfully delivering a high-quality supply of new home sis a significant issue for the UK, and a topic that is never far from the headlines.
Long pinned as the favourite to succeed Theresa May as Prime Minister, it came as little surprise that Boris Johnson was announced as the new Conservative Party leader.
There have been some alarming headlines following the implementation of Universal Credit since it’s been gradually introduced across the UK.
What we need in a home changes as we get older.
This summer, councils across the country are using the centenary of the ‘Addison Act’ as an opportunity to celebrate council housing.
The regulator is!
The new Prime Minister inherits a full (and difficult!) in-tray.