13,318 affordable homes were started in London in 2020/21, surpassing the target set at the start of the pandemic, City Hall said.
The Commonhold Council will bring together leasehold groups and industry experts to inform the government’s homeownership reforms.
Can relaxing planning policies play a key role in delivering geographical and demographic equality? Catherine Kennedy explores.
MHCLG has confirmed it will look to gradually reduce eviction restrictions as lockdown measures ease this year.
We speak with Dr Guli Francis-Dehqani to find out more about the role the Church can play in tackling the housing crisis.
After the last 11 years, social housing finds itself in a very different landscape, writes Rose Klemperer of Penningtons Manches Cooper.
The government is seeking views on the new UK-wide tax, which would apply to residential developers with profits over £25 million.
Salix Homes has successfully completed cladding remediation work across its eight high-rise tower blocks fitted with unsafe cladding.
Manningham Housing Association welcomed Batley and Spen MP Tracy Babin to its Bradford head office for a socially-distanced presentation.
The HCLG Committee has called for a new Comprehensive Building Safety Fund to cover the full cost of remediating unsafe cladding.