Councils voice frustration after shock interest rate rise imposed on cheap Treasury loans
The ever revolving door of politicians who have taken on the housing brief, most of whom have not lasted long.
Government’s benefit freeze ‘pushing low-income families to the brink’.
“We’re determined to deliver homes that families are proud to call their own" says Robert Jenrick.
Nervous property investors have slashed spending on central London offices by nearly £3 billion in the run-up to Brexit, new data showed on Monday.
The target of building 300,000 new homes a year in England by the mid 2020s is getting closer with more properties being built than in every year apart from one over the last three decades, the industry has been told.
Government intervention and Brexit uncertainty has subdued the growth of the private rented sector (PRS) in Britain which has expanded by just 0.2% a year with 5.4 million properties, according to a new analysis.
Sixty-nine areas to benefit from scheme designed to breathe new life into high streets
A £62 million flood fund has been announced which aims to protect over 9,000 homes in England with 13 projects receiving the help for defences and regeneration.
Esther McVey says longer tenancies promote better mental health for tenants and says a decision will be made after the AST consultation ends in October.
While Chancellor Sajid Javid announced extra resource for local authorities, there is general disappointment that there was little for housing and planning in his spending review.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says he wants to shift power away from landlords including more taxes and 'below market value' right to buy scheme.
The prime minister announces funding which can be used for projects such as improving public transport or converting empty shops.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has announced proposals to help Britain's "struggling" high streets.
Despite the government's best effort to tackle housing, Ipsos Mori survey discovers three quarters of British think we're in the middle of a housing crisis.
The new PM acknowledges the challenge but housing appears far down the list of priorities
Housing secretary James Brokenshire says he wants to consult on measures such as abolishing Section 21 notices and fixed-term tenancies before they are introduced next year.
As the industry prepares for yet another housing minister this year, research has been completed to find out who can legitimately claim the best track record.
Proposed changes to UK’s ‘most-hated tax’ means gifts made more than five years before would be exempt
The British Government must embrace modern methods of construction or risk missing it target of building 300,000 new homes in England by the mid 2020s, according to a new report from Parliament.
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