I am appalled at just how slow some building owners have been to protect residents and replace unsafe aluminium composite material cladding, like that used on Grenfell Tower.
It was an incredible honour last week to find the Arhag team on stage in Birmingham picking up a 24housing Diversity Award for the second year running.
Six months on from the introduction of licencing that regulates Homes for Multiple Occupation (HMOs), and awareness of the new laws remains limited.
A few weeks ago, the government published its response to the consultation on Overcoming the barriers to longer tenancies in the private rented sector. The landlord community hasn’t held back in voicing...
As someone who has worked in both housing and the NHS, I believe in fostering strong relationships between housing and health.
On 21st May, we will be hosting our first national conference on community investment.
Mental health problems and housing issues are a two-way street.
Appearing in 24housing’s May edition, HACT’s Andrew van Doorn offers insight into the delivery of healthcare within the sector.
Last week, a progress report on the programme revealed serious failings on behalf of the government in their attempt to release sufficient public sector land for housing.
The goalposts are shifting for service in social housing, with consumers increasingly demanding better provision.