Sovereign saw its mean gender pay gap decrease to 1.7% last year from 4% in 2019, according to its latest gender pay gap report.
MHCLG has confirmed it will look to gradually reduce eviction restrictions as lockdown measures ease this year.
After the last 11 years, social housing finds itself in a very different landscape, writes Rose Klemperer of Penningtons Manches Cooper.
A new report by akt has revealed that LGBTQ+ young people feel “unsupported, misunderstood and discriminated against” by housing services.
The tool allows housing associations to see how representative their workforce and leadership teams are of nine protected characteristics.
Offering tenants £200-300m in discretionary housing payments would help avoid evictions post-lockdown, the HCLG Committee has argued.
Over 280,000 social rented homes have been lost since April 2012 while only 70,000 have been built to replace them, the CIH found.
Councils have been invited to bid for the funding which aims to help them provide “long-term” accommodation for rough sleepers.
Almost nine times as many people were helped by Everyone In than MHCLG’s rough sleeping estimates, the Public Accounts Committee has found.
Homebuilders must take united action to tackle overcrowded living conditions and poor-quality housing, writes Wayne Gales of JV North.