Theresa May is to announce a £2 billion investment to build new council housing in England.
The government has launched two streams of investment to help get homes built in areas where they are needed most.
James Brokenshire has announced a new partnership with Barclays Bank to provide £1 billion of loan finance for the delivery of new homes.
Oxford Direct Services has announced that it is to start providing drone-based services to carry out roof and building surveying.
3,000 new homes will be built on the remaining three legacy sites at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, with the level of affordable housing boosted to 50 per cent.
The government has announced provisional allocations of a £34 million fund to provide local support for those living on the streets.
The numbers of homeless children that councils are housing in temporary accommodation has increased by 76 per cent in the last seven years.
The Midlands Voluntary Right to Buy Pilot will enable social housing association tenants the opportunity to capitalise on home ownership.
Communities Secretary James Brokenshire has called for an increase in garden towns in England.
A ‘new deal’ for social housing residents has been announced to rebalance the relationship between tenants and landlords.
The Renewable Energy Association has released a position paper which urges Government to upgrade the electricity supply to new homes.
Residents will claim housing benefit as usual, with their rent normally being paid directly to their landlord.
The average renter loses over £300 per tenancy because of participation in the existing deposit protection schemes.
More tonnes of food are distributed in the summer months by foodbanks than were received as donations, creating an unsustainable way of working.
Kingston Council is one of the first London boroughs to agree to hold a resident ballot for its Cambridge Road Estate regeneration project.
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