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Joe Marshall will oversee the delivery of new homes across Catalyst’s Counties region, focusing on the Oxford-Cambridge Arc.
The government-backed Housing First pilot, set to end in March 2022, has given 97 people a permanent home since last April.
The APPG for Terminal Illness has launched an inquiry to explore how unsuitable housing affects people living with terminal illness.
London is building less than half of the specialist homes it needs as its population ages, Centre for London has found.
Woking Borough Council have been censured after an 83-year-old woman was left without heating or hot water for almost three years.
Daniel Chard from Bird and Co. discusses the recent leasehold reforms and what this may mean for the future of home ownership.
Close collaboration between the public and private sector will support social housing providers in stamping out county lines.
VIVID Plus plans to invest £21m over the next five years into tenancy sustainment services and tackling community-led priorities.
The government’s proposed changes include updates to the National Planning Policy Framework and a new national design code.
The three developments in Kidderminster, Stourbridge, and South Birmingham will bring over 430 new homes to the region.
Both sites in Harrogate, North Yorkshire will have provision for 40% affordable homes, helping to meet local demand.
The proposed 500-home scheme on the outskirts of Weymouth, Dorset will include 45% affordable housing.
We speak with Gavin Smart about the CIH’s current challenges, the state of the sector, and what social housing’s purpose should be.
We speak with Helen Greig to discuss her plans for Women In Social Housing and the drive for equality in the housing sector.
COVID-19 is set to affect the housing sector for the foreseeable future. Tracy Harrison, the chief executive of the Northern Housing Consortium, thinks the crisis could well spur us to do better.