There were two things Rob Gershon forgot to say on stage at the Chartered Institute of Housing’s North East regional conference. Discover what they were, and his other recollections, in...
I used to have a grudging respect for the Tory Chancellors. They knew their place.
There is some good news from the Autumn Statement, but it is worth looking at the bigger picture.
With announcements in the Autumn Statement about Right to Buy regional pilots, what is next for the manifesto policy?
What was in the Autumn Statement? What was not in it? This round up gives a view on a new relationship with DCLG and wider government.
The failure to drop the 3% SDLT surcharge on additional properties or provide exemption from the 3% SDLT surcharge on additional properties for larger and professional investor landlords will come...
There are some welcome announcements from the Chancellor – but also many unanswered questions that will be troubling local authorities and those responsible for social care.
The Chancellor’s announcement of a ban on letting agents charging fees to tenants marks a significant shift in the industry – but should not come as a surprise.
A look at tomorrow’s Autumn Statement and what local authorities and housing associations will be looking out for.
A week on after the Cathy Come Home anniversary, the housing minister has stepped back from the brink.