New analysis by London Councils shows a significant reduction in the number of homes affordable to Londoners receiving Local Housing Allowance (LHA) over the past four years People who are eligible for Local Housing Allowance receive it as part of their housing benefit or Universal Credit payment to cover their...
The scheme will involve more than 300 purchases and newly-built homes, as well as houses and flats that have been bought through the Right To Buy scheme.
Our Digital Editor, Steph Blundell, attended Housing 2019 yesterday (26 June) where PM Theresa May urged new design standards to ensure the production of high-quality homes.
The Government must invest £12.8bn a year to finally end the housing crisis in England, according to new research by the National Housing Federation.
A study by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) has revealed that at least 9,000 homes have been built by local authorities in England in 2017-18.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has approved plans to redevelop Kensington Forum Hotel to deliver 62 affordable homes.
As part of Hackney’s ambitious building programme to build genuinely affordable new council homes, Higgins has delivered 70 new social rent council homes at Colville Estate.
Plans to build 87 affordable homes on the site of the former headquarters of East Dunbartonshire Council in Kirkintilloch have moved one step closer.
GMB London has welcomed the decision by Clarion Housing to cancel the demolition proposal of Sutton Estate in Chelsea, following a campaign by residents and unions
Sanctuary has been granted planning permission to build 118 affordable homes in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Nigel Skinner outlines why the Irish market could evidence the fact that public-private partnerships continue in providing an effective public estate.
Willmott Dixon has won a £9.3m construction contract with Leeds City Council to deliver affordable homes in Gipton and Osmondthorpe.
Cardiff Council's 'Capital Ambition' targets at least 1,000 new council homes to be completed by May 2022.
Research undertaken by the National CLT Network has revealed a third of local authorities in England are now supporting community led housing development.