Chris Ogden speaks with Richard Hill about his new role as vice-chair of the G15 and One Housing’s prospective merger with Riverside.
Our latest roundtable explored the importance of a holistic approach for housing associations looking to create the homes of the future.
Residents of Calverley Close in Beckenham have backed Riverside and Countryside’s plans for a nine-year redevelopment of their estate.
New changes to permitted development rights could lead to essential services in local communities being “wiped out”, the RTPI has warned.
JV North has appointed 24 contractors to its framework, which will help its members build around 4,000 new homes between 2021 and 2025.
The plans would see 37,000-home landlord Catalyst join Peabody in spring 2022, creating the UK’s second largest housing association.
Yvonne Davies and Gemma Bell explore some examples of how social housing providers are raising the bar on resident engagement.
Thirteen has purchased 10% of the carbon credits to be generated by the new 10-hectare woodland in Jon’s Wood in Crook, County Durham.
85% of new homes in England and Wales received an EPC rating of A or B between April and June 2021, government figures have revealed.
Leaders made the admission at the Green Communities Summit, the sector’s first discussion of how to hit the UK’s 2050 net zero target.