The Homelessness Reduction Bill cleared its final legislative hurdle today and is set to gain Royal Assent and become law.
The Government is largely ignoring the housing needs of older people and is failing to provide a suitable choice of tenures and care options, according to a report from law firm Winckworth Sherwood and Housing LIN.
West Midlands housing association Nehemiah UCHA has gained the highest possible regulatory ratings from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).
City of York Council has brought together partners including the Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group and North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue to develop a project to reduce the
Work has started to develop land at High Stakesby in Whitby, which was formerly owned by the Order of the Holy Paraclete, based at Sneaton Castle.
Liverpool-based Vinco Group has unveiled a new technology which it claims enables it to build a fully functioning family home in under 10 weeks – from foundation to handover of
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has hit out at the lack of replacement council homes built or acquired to replace those sold off under the Government’s reinvigorated right-to-buy policy.
Salix Homes has used new anti-social behaviour powers to evict a tenant from a property after he carried out a serious assault.
Staff at Two Rivers Housing have pledged to continue improving their own lives and the lives of others after the organisation climbed to number 23 at the Top 100 awards – a nati
Councils are struggling to house young homeless people and large families because of benefit cuts and a shortage of genuinely affordable homes, warns a new report, fuelling fears of a rising tide of homelessness.