The APPG for Terminal Illness has launched an inquiry to explore how unsuitable housing affects people living with terminal illness.
2,688 people were estimated to be sleeping rough in autumn 2020, compared to 4,677 in 2018, figures from MHCLG show.
London is building less than half of the specialist homes it needs as its population ages, Centre for London has found.
Both sites in Harrogate, North Yorkshire will have provision for 40% affordable homes, helping to meet local demand.
Thousands of acres of church land should be used for affordable homes as part of a national housing strategy, a Church report says.
The HQ will be the first ministerial office outside of Westminster with 500 roles expected to be based in the West Midlands by 2025.
The government needs to deliver on its pledge to level up the country in next week’s Budget, Tracy Harrison writes.
Daniel Chard from Bird and Co. discusses the recent leasehold reforms and what this may mean for the future of home ownership.
We speak with Gavin Smart about the CIH’s current challenges, the state of the sector, and what social housing’s purpose should be.
450,000 families are now behind on housing payments due to COVID-19, with renters hardest hit, the Resolution Foundation has found.