The National Housing Federation has released the results of its survey of 3,520 housing association tenants claiming Universal Credit.
The NHF has confirmed that housing associations will not evict tenants if they agree to work with their landlord to repay arrears.
MHCLG has confirmed it will look to gradually reduce eviction restrictions as lockdown measures ease this year.
The tool allows housing associations to see how representative their workforce and leadership teams are of nine protected characteristics.
The housing sector has responded to yesterday’s Budget, which contained measures on Universal Credit, stamp duty, and MMC.
Dawn Smithson, head of building support services for Thirteen, will be tasked with growing HouseMark’s estate services club.
Almost three quarters (74%) of housing associations are drawing up plans to make their homes net zero carbon by 2050, an NHF survey revealed.
In a new report, the NHF found that women, BME people, LGBTQ+ people and disabled people are all sorely underrepresented in housing leadership roles.
The housing sector has responded to yesterday’s Spending Review, which featured announcements for housebuilding, infrastructure, and rough sleeping.