Housing leaders are generally optimistic about the sector’s prospects over the next one to two years, a survey of Housing Forum members has revealed.
New homes have been the least comfortable to live in during the COVID-19 lockdown with social renters in high-rises most affected, a new report has found.
Young people, women and people with disabilities have been worst hit by COVID-19 lockdown measures, Clarion Housing Group’s survey found.
More person-centred support has been key to helping tenants sustain their tenancies during COVID-19, writes Jen Vinton of Your Homes Newcastle.
Housing associations must manage risk proactively over the coming months, writes Tim Coolican, a partner at Anthony Collins Solicitors.
COVID-19 could give social landlords an opportunity to change how they interact with communities and build homes, a new report has found.
WFH could potentially save housing association employees thousands of pounds and weeks’ worth of time per year, a new report has found.
Registered providers took a hit at the start of 2020/21 due to COVID-19 but look set to recover well, the RSH’s latest survey has revealed.
Renters in arrears due to COVID-19 should be offered £270m in government-backed grants and loans, a coalition of organisations has said.
Liverpool’s housing groups have launched the Home for Good campaign, which is fundraising for household items for unfurnished homes.