Grant funding is set to support the creation of affordable homes and accessible parking facilities in Swansea.

The Housing Ombudsman and Regulator of Social Housing have published a new Memorandum of Understanding, setting out how the two organisations will work together.

The Scottish Parliament has passed technical changes to the short-term lets licensing scheme.

The government said rough sleepers will be offered "greater support" as well as tackling anti-social behaviour through amendments to the Criminal Justice Bill.

The government has said councils will be able to buy cheaper land to help build more social and affordable homes because of new reforms coming into force today (1 May) as part of the long-term plan for housing.

Record numbers of homeless households and children in temporary accommodation have been recorded by the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities in their latest homelessness statistics.

Scotland is aiming to boost affordable their housing supply by acquiring properties to bring into use and help reduce homelessness with an £80 million uplift over the next two years.

New planning powers come into effect today giving local councils more tools to hold rogue developers to account as part of the government’s Levelling-up and Regeneration Act.

Residents of Sunderland are set to benefit from a new city centre housing development.

New legislation which aims to keep people in their homes and help prevent homelessness has been published.

Hastings and Rother are next in line for a £40 million boost that will upgrade their towns, community centres and build more affordable homes for local people.

The Regulator of Social Housing (RSH) has found that Kirklees Council has failed to deliver the outcomes of the consumer standards.

Young people who have been in care in London can now get free prescriptions, discounted travel and housing support as part of the Pan London Care Leavers Compact, a city-wide support offer launching today. 

£90 million of investment from the government aims to support Blackpool as part of the Levelling Up and Regeneration Act.

The next government could add £51.2 billion to the economy by building 90,000 social rented homes, according to new research released today.

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