Wates Living Space, the social housing repairs company, is set to commence repairs and maintenance for 7,000 homes on behalf of Hammersmith & Fulham Council.
GMB has slammed Barking and Dagenham Council for approving two new tower blocks on crown house site without any social housing after council says it has over 7,000 on the housing waiting list.
The number of empty homes across England has risen for the second year running, representing £53.6bn worth of vacant stock.
Peabody housing association has acquired the former Holloway Women’s Prison site in London to build more than 600 social rented and affordable homes.
Councils will use the funding boost to help vulnerable people secure their own tenancy through support such as, paying deposits or putting down the first months’ rent.
Up to 1500 family homes will be built at the Festival Gardens in Liverpool due to a £9.9m funding boost from Homes England.
40 Council-built homes are complete for the first time in more than 7 years completed in North Manchester The 40 new affordable Council homes in North Manchester have now been handed over to tenants, and a further 20 new shared ownership homes bought by the Council to help residents on...
The National Housing Federation is launching an ambitious new programme of work to build a stronger relationship between housing associations and their tenants.
After completing 10 new homes, Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust (BMHT) is on track to build a further 2,000 new homes over the next five years.
Sandwell Council has appointed Lovell and Vinci to help deliver a £40m external works programme for council housing across the borough.
Thomas Sinden has been awarded the contract for the Hidden Homes Phase 6 works at Comber House and Pinner House by Southwark Council.
Nottingham City Homes has appointed Woodhead Group as construction partner in building 33 new developments in Nottingham.
North Ayrshire Council is set to launch a multi-million pound regeneration of its Council housing estates.
David Baybut, head of Real Estate at Stephensons, discusses the recent plunge in social housing figures and explores how ‘new thinking’ can grow the stock of homes for social rent.