The Public Accounts Committee has warned that 13 per cent of rented homes ‘pose a serious threat to the health and safety of renters’.

The government has revealed a wide-ranging agreement that will see industry contribute £5 billion to address the building safety scandal.

Esri UK has announced the local planning authorities who will pilot geospatial technology to help modernise the planning process.

New research from the Museum of Homelessness that found that 1,286 people experiencing homelessness died in 2021.

The government will ‘name and shame’ failing social housing providers as part of major reforms to give residents a stronger voice.

Over 1,200 new affordable homes will be delivered across England with communities put in charge of where and how they will be built.

London boroughs have warned that reduced government funding risks undermining homelessness prevention work in the capital.

A pioneering scheme to take rough sleepers off the street and into housing has now helped more than 500 people in the West Midlands.

Sadiq Khan has hailed the resurgence in council homebuilding with more than 11,000 new council homes started in London since 2018.

The public will be able to use innovative new technology to have a greater say in shaping and regenerating their communities.

CoMoUK has urged for car parking provision at new housing developments to be capped at a maximum of one space per property.

CIPFA has reported that the council tax bill for an average band D equivalent property in England and Wales is set to rise by £65.

The government has announced that 25 areas have been awarded a share of £3 million to help them set their own standards for design locally.

Homes for Scotland has reported that Scotland is suffering from a cumulative shortfall approaching 100,000 homes since the credit crunch.

Sadiq Khan is calling for powers to freeze private rents in the capital for two years and help to save £3,000 in rent for thousands of Londoners.

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