The jury will bring together social housing tenants and experts to decide how best to retrofit homes in the North of England.
Northern Housing Consortium
The housing sector has responded to yesterday’s Budget, which contained measures on Universal Credit, stamp duty, and MMC.
The government needs to deliver on its pledge to level up the country in next week’s Budget, Tracy Harrison writes.
Paul Fiddaman replaces Tom Miskell as chair of the North of England membership body after Miskell stepped down last December.
The government must make sure that its new £4bn Levelling Up Fund genuinely delivers for the North of England, writes Tracy Harrison of the NHC.
Retrofitting the North of England’s homes could create 77,000 jobs in the region by 2035, found a new IPPR North report supported by the NHC.
The COVID-19 lockdown has exacerbated housing issues in the North such as disrepair, cold homes, and a lack of space, a new report has found.
The housing secretary Robert Jenrick has defended the government’s proposed changes to the planning system in a speech at CIH’s Housing festival.
Northern city regions have been directly allocated £276m of funding from the £400m Brownfield Housing Fund, analysis by the NHC found.
The government’s proposed planning reforms have divided opinion as housing providers warn that they risk choking off affordable housing.